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Corn Chowder - 10/15/2012
From "Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners", 1913.   2 cups cooked corn cut from cob, or 1 can of corn. 1 cup salt pork cubes. 1 cup potatoes cut in cubes. ½ onion sliced. 3 cups water. 2 cups scalded milk. 1 tablespoon butter. 1 tablespoon flour. 2 / 3 cup cracker crumbs. Salt, Pepper. Cut salt pork in one-fourth inch cubes and try out in a frying pan; add onion, and cook until yellow. Pare and cut potatoes in one-half inch cubes, parboil five minutes. Add to onion, with corn and water; cover and cook twenty minutes or until potatoes are soft. Melt butter in a sauce-pan, add flour, stir to a smooth paste, pour some of the milk on slowly, stirring constantly. Combine mixtures; add crumbs and seasonings. Serve for dinner in cups or in small "nappies."

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