Aug. 25th, 2010

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This only really works as a batch lunch if you have a thermos to take it with you, or if you're eating in batches at home. But it's very quick to make, and keeps for a couple of days. I doubt you'd have any left after a couple of days anyway! I got it from Epicurious.com, if you want to find it there search for "corn and potato chowder". I've added some things and universalised the measurements.

Accessibility notes:
- there's a fair amount of chopping of hard vegetables and of bacon, but if you bought diced bacon that step would disappear.
- it's very fast, as soups go, and doesn't require a lot of watching and hovering if you keep the stove temperature low.
- it does contain milk, so it's not dairy-free, but if you don't have wheat toast with it it's gluten-free. You may also wish to check what thickening agent, if any, is in your creamed corn: in mine it was made from tapioca, but YMMV.
- I cook it in a stockpot, which is quite heavy, but you could certainly cook it in any size pot large enough to fit.

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