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December 18, 2012

Cincinnati clam chowder, from Soup Addict

Cincinnati clam chowder, where New England meets Manhattan, from Soup Addict (on Soup Chick).

When Karen from Soup Addict had a craving for a thick, rich, tomato-based clam chowder, she didn't let the fact that she lives in a landlocked place stop her. Lucky for us, this Cincinnati clam chowder was the result. As someone who comes from the home of New England (white) clam chowder, and now lives in the home of Rhode Island (clear) clam chowder, I must admit I was a bit skeptical about this hybrid, but one look at the recipe told me this soup would be a winner. It has all of the right stuff -- clams, potatoes, and a bit of pancetta to replace the traditional salt pork -- plus a dash of hot sauce added right at the end.

Get the recipe for Cincinnati clam chowder from Soup Addict.

More on Soup Chick:
New England clam chowder
New England fish chowder
Rhode Island clear chowder

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