Tag Archives: Dill

Creamy Corn Chowda

Now I know what you’re thinking and I’m going to stop you right there.  There’s enough room on this blog for not one, but two (and maybe even more in the future) different takes on something as delicious as corn chowder.  The first time around, almost exactly two years ago (!) Momo was still living like a student, and hence it was a “poor-man’s” chowder.  But the times have changed!  In the last two years much was learned and palates have become sophisticated!

This corn chowder is another attempt to one-up Fressen, with great results, might I add!  The current iteration is still quick to make, with easy and cheap ingredients.  It is delicate yet deep with multiple layers.  First the creaminess of this vegan soup just makes you melt.  Then the other ingredients combine to form a perfect balance of sweet and savoury, buoyed the bright taste of fresh dill.  Finally, a hint of coconut caresses you as you sit back and let your mind relax.

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Dill, Maple, Balsamic, oh my!

Dear Ms. Drew,

I was at the farmer’s market the other day, and wished you were there with me!  The greens are in – unfortunately fiddleheads this season weren’t as good as last year’s, but we’ll blame that on the weather.

When I got home, I made this, and I wanted to share it with you because it’s so simple and makes me think of barbecues.  Perhaps it’s because I like to sear my veggies on the pan so that they get a bit browned on one side, or perhaps it’s the maple syrup.  You’ll have to let me know how it goes on your end.

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