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When Old Man Winter comes for a visit serve him some piping hot ham and corn chowder.
If anything can melt the heart of Jack frost it’s a steaming bowl of hot chowder. My mother would always have a pot of soup on the stove during the winter months. As my siblings and I would be outside playing on the snow hill for hours we knew that when we went in there would be something hot to eat waiting for us.
I am carrying on this same legacy with my own children. They love eating my soups and stews, especially this hot and hearty corn and ham chowder.
I’m super excited that I came across this recipe over on the 5 Dollar Dinners Blog! If you’d like to get the details on how to make this wonderful recipe please hop on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of 5 Dollar Dinners.
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Quick Tip: I like to make up a double batch of this chowder and preserve half in Mason jars for later.