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Hugging the Coast Daily Food and Cooking Blog Week in Review: November 22nd to November 28th

The Hugging the Coast .Com Week in Review

Here’s a look back at the food, cooking, and recipe posts that appeared earlier in the week here on HuggingtheCoast.Com…please join us tomorrow for the start of next week’s exciting food features!

Looking Back: 11/22/2010-11/28/2010

Tuesday: 9 Seafood Recipes for Thanksgiving

Wednesday: How Sweet it Is! Last Minute Sweet Potato Recipe Ideas

Thursday: A Thanksgiving Dog Story to Celebrate the Lost Dog That Found Us

Friday: An Easy Manhattan Crab Chowder Recipe (Fish For Friday Recipe)

Sunday: You are here :)

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Fri
26
Nov '10

An Easy Manhattan Crab Chowder Recipe (Fish For Friday Recipe)

An Easy Manhattan Crab Chowder Recipe

See More Seafood and Shellfish Recipes Organized by Type of FishBelow is my seafood recipe for An Easy Manhattan Crab Chowder from About.Com Fish and Seafood Cooking, where each week I share my newest seafood recipes and tips.

If you’ve ever had a good Manhattan Crab Chowder, you know just how comforting yet zesty this soup can be.

To keep costs down without sacrificing flavor, this easy to make crab chowder uses claw meat, which works well in this warming seafood tomato soup.

How to Make An Easy Manhattan Crab Chowder.

Enjoy!

Looking for more seafood recipes? Join me on About.Com Fish & Seafood Cooking, where I share delicious original seafood recipes every week, as well as tips to help you cook the fish you love with confidence.

You can also see our list of delicious seafood recipes here on Hugging the Coast, organized by type of fish.

Also, here’s some convenient links to our first 100 Original Recipes on Hugging the Coast to make it easier for you to find culinary inspiration and ideas beyond seafood.

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Thu
25
Nov '10

A Thanksgiving Dog Story to Celebrate the Lost Dog That Found Us

Thanksgiving is a popular day to give thanks in general, but for my wife and I, it’s also the day we celebrate Penny’s “birthday”, the day we found a lost cocker spaniel and took her home to start a new life with us and our two former stray cats.

(You can find out more about how we found our sweet Penny at A Plate on the Floor for Thanksgiving, which also has more photos of our loyal pup.)

Penny is now 18 or so years old (with former strays it’s hard to tell), an ancient, amiable cocker spaniel who still lives for a gentle pat on the head, a scratch on the chin, mealtimes, and soft pillows.

Her iron-jawed dog biscuit and bagel chewing days are over. Soft bread, Saltines, and Oysterettes are more her speed now, and she no longer runs after thrown tennis balls like she’s training to beat a Guinness World Record that she’s already set.

Even Penny’s two cats have passed on, but she takes all these changes with the good grace and patience that only an old dog can know and teach.

The saying, “See a penny and pick it up and all day long you’ll have good luck,” has been very true for us these years.

Thanks so much for finding us, Penny (and happy birthday)!

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