Minorcan Chowder

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It looks like Manhattan clam chowder but Minorcan chowder definitely doesn’t taste like it. The difference is datil peppers, grown only in and around St. Augustine, Florida, which give it chowder a fruity pepper punch. The shock and awe come on slowly, beginning with a glow at the back of the throat that soon blossoms to set tongue and lips tingling. Chopped clams, shreds of tomato, corn kernels, and hunks of potato ride a slow-rolling capsicum wave that swells with sweet-tart citrus zest.

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