It’s been a couple of weeks now since I’ve posted a recipe. Night shift has it’s drawbacks. Cooking in the middle of the night tip toeing around like Twinkle Toes is not easy. I thought I would share this recipe for Creamy Chicken and Corn Chowder with you , because it is yet again an easy one to make when time is limited, and if you cook up some extra chicken you can use it the next day to make Ruth’s Smokey Chicken and Potato Salad.
Mother Nature set the mood today for the perfect “Soup Day” . The weather is cooling down, the leaves are starting to turn color, and it’s raining out. These are the types of days that really get you into the mood to make a big pot of soup. I don’t know why but I really like dull dreary rainy days, maybe they remind me of the East Coast of Canada, were the weather gets into your bones and lives in your soul, or maybe it’s just natures way of reminding us to get ready for winter. There’s just something comforting about hovering over a big pot of hot soup, adding the spices and inhaling the aromas. So today is “Potato Leek” soup day. I love the white pepper in this recipe, it really makes the flavor unique. Enjoy!