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Daniel Webster's Chowder Recipe

From 'The Cook' (1885)

Four tablespoonfuls of onions, fried with pork. 
One quart of boiled potatoes, well mashed. 
One and a half pounds sea-biscuit, broken. 
One teaspoonful of thyme, mixed with one of summer savory. 
Half-bottle of mushroom catsup. 
One bottle of port or claret. 
Half of a nutmeg, grated. 
A few cloves, mace, and allspice. 
Six pounds of fish, sea-bass or cod, cut in slices. 
Twenty five oysters, a little black pepper, and a few slices of lemon. 

The whole put in a pot, covered with an inch of water, boiled for an hour, and gently stirred.




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