new england vs manhattan  

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  1. 1. new england vs manhattan

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As noted in your clam sauce thread, I am not a big seafood fan, but, I do enjoy a good New England Clam Chowder with some sourdough.

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This decision was the part of the password Ace Ventura had trouble with too :D

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Never got into chowder but if I had to pick would go with manhattan

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Racist. :D

 

:tup:

 

 

 

hugh loves a little Latino Clam :D

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I prefer Latina myself. To each his own.

 

 

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Racist. :D

 

:tup:

 

at least you didn't pull out a sexual joke... :D Tool went there for you. :doh:

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As noted in your clam sauce thread, I am not a big seafood fan, but, I do enjoy a good New England Clam Chowder with a hand job.

 

 

 

:D

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I prefer the Manhattan myself.

 

Looks like you're the only one out of 30 so far....

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puddy

 

OK, this is one time that puddy should not be an option. I don't want me any puddy chowder. :D:D

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Manhattan Chowder reminds me too much of Spaghetti al la Putanesca (a fast, easy sardine based sauce made famous by the "working girls" of Rome made for their clients for before, after or both). OR, a warm seviche with not enough seafood. Though the clams are more subtle than sardines, and maybe a poor comparison for some, I am not a big fan of red sauces with seafood. One exception would be Pescado (fish) Veracruzano. Done right, I can consume mass quatities! The fish however, is cooked seperatley and the sauce (more resembling a warm, tomato based salsa) is added as a garnish over the fish. Yummy!

 

If you are ever in San Diego, try the New England (yeah I know, opposite end of the country) clam chow-duh at the Fish Market at the far north end of Seaport Village, on the bay in Downtown. I would say it is one of the top three I have ever had. I prefer to by it "to go" and eat it outside on the benches overlooking the water. You get more for your money and a huge hunk of warm, freshly baked sour dough and butter in the bag! Provecho!

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Never got into chowder but if I had to pick would go with manhattan
I prefer the Manhattan myself.

 

But only 1 vote for Red (Mahattan)?

 

:D

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¿ǝʇıɥʍ uɐɥʇ ɹǝɥʇo ƃuıɥʇʎuɐ ɹoɟ ǝʇoʌ ǝuoʎuɐ plnoʍ ʎɥʍ

 

Whoa. . .how'd you do that??

 

:D

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