January 27, 2016

Shopping Around the World

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Once again it's time for our pal Bacon's Shopping Around the World.   This month's challenge from Bacon's blog:                  

Thanks to everyone for another great edition of Shopping Around the World last month.  It’s so awesome to see the various prices around the world – and the pictures with recipes!

This month we have a suggestion from my cousin Sammy on highlighting soups for January.  Now is the time to start making some wonderful hot soups for dinners that make us feel all cozy and warm.  Is there a special soup that you fix?  A soup that your finally raves about and requests?  It does not have to be five items or less this month.  Share your recipe and picture of your soup!
Meet back here on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 to share recipes, pictures and SOUP!

This month we're sharing a soup Mom hasn't made in a while since it's NOT Low Carb.


Not Mom's photo.
* Exported from MasterCook *

                           Oyster-Corn Chowder
 Amount  Measure       Ingredient --                Preparation Method
--------  ------------  --------------------------------
  4                     New Potatoes --                         Peeled & cubed
  1  Cup             Water
  1   teaspoon      Salt
  3  Stalks           Celery --                                    Chopped
  1 Package          Frozen kernel corn - (10oz)
   1/2                Onion -                                         Chopped
  2  Pints            Fresh Standard Oysters,               Undrained
  2  Cups           Whole Milk
  1  Tablespoon   Butter
   1/2  Teaspoon  Black Pepper
  4  Slices           Bacon,                               cooked and crumbled

Combine first 3 ingredients in a Dutch oven; cover and cook over medium heat about 8 minutes. Stir in celery, corn, and onion; cover and cook 10 minutes.  Stir in oysters, mile, butter, and pepper; cook over low heat until thoroughly heated, stirring occasionally.  Sprinkle each serving with bacon.  Yield about 2 quarts.

            
New Potatoes  - $2.99/ 5lb bag


Celery -  $2.99



Frozen Corn - $2.59/10 ounce package



Fresh Oysters - $4.99/ 4 ounce tub



Whole Milk - 1.79/ quart


Butter - $3.95/lb




Bacon $5.00/ lb

Now we're hungry!!   We can't wait to see everyone else's soups!! 

15 comments:

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

That sounds tasty... although it's full of stuff my human doesn't eat!

Madi and Mom said...

OH MY STARS MOM'S MOUTH IS LEAKING
HUGS MADI RAZ'S GAL

The Daily Pip said...

That soup sounds so DELICIOUS!

Mark Muller said...

I would love to try it, that sounds super interesting... and a super good idea for all who like oysters but who not want them raw :o)

Bacon Thompson said...

Oh dear piggy heavens. This sounds deliciously awesome (okay no bacon in my share okay). But daddy is slobbering and foaming at the mouth. He loves this recipe. We are definitely going to have to try this my friends. Thanks for sharing! XOXO - Bacon

Fur Everywhere said...

Thank you for sharing your recipe! It sounds yummy. I love reading all the shopping posts from around the world. You should tell your mom to make some of that soup. It is okay to indulge sometimes :)

Mariodacat said...

Oh yes, the human's mouth is watering here. That certainly looks and sounds delicious.

The Swiss Cats said...

Yummy ! That sounds delicious ! Purrs

onespoiledcat said...

Oh boy does this ever sound good! I did chicken corn chowder for my soup but this sounds like 87 gabillion percent more DELISH!

Hugs, Sammy

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I don't eat oysters, but the rest of this sounds like a great corn chowder.

Flynn said...

That soup sounds very tasty!

The Island Cats said...

That looks really good!

meowmeowmans said...

That chowder sounds delicious!

angelswhisper2011 said...

That looks very Yummy, kitties, but we are going to try it without the oysters in a Dutch oven :D Pawkisses :) <3

dezizworld.com said...

We furgot again this month. But we don't eat soups here so we wuldn't have had anyfin' to write 'bout anyways. MOL Mommy literally knows nuffin' 'bout soups. Hope you all enjoyed your soup.

Luv ya'

Dezi and Lexi