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“A delightful New England style clam chowder full of all the things you love. The cooking times are synchronized to some classic Brittish Rock so you can enjoy your favorite tunes while making your favorite Chowder! The cooking times don't have to line up with the songs but it does make it fun. Make sure to keep enough hot coals to cook it, continue to light more through the process so you don't run out of heat! Suggested Listening: Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy, Pink Floyd The Wall, The Beatles Abbey Road, The Beatles Sgt. Pepper”
2hrs 40mins

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  1. For Best results this meal should be prepared while listening to the music.
  2. Start "Houses of the Holy" and begin chopping the potatos, celery and onion. Put in a 10 inches cast Iron Dutch Oven.
  3. During "the Crunge", add clam juice and then add Gallo Vermouth until it just covers the vegetables.
  4. During "Dancing Days", light your charcoal.
  5. When the charcoal is ready start "Pink Floyds The Wall".
  6. Arrange about 20 coals on your charcoal table, begin cooking vegetables(about 15 mins).
  7. During "Mother", add the onion and cover, cook another 20 minutes.
  8. During "Hey You" carefully empty contents of dutch oven into a bowl and set aside, save the liquid.
  9. Put the butter in the Dutch oven and melt.
  10. Slowly stir in the flour until thick.
  11. . During "Comfortably Numb", add the half and half slowly, stirring until smooth.
  12. During "The Show Must Go On", return the vegetables and liquid to dutch oven, add salt and sugar.
  13. During "In the Flesh" add the clams.
  14. During "Run like Hell" start simmering, stirring ocasionally.
  15. Simmer for the entire "Abbey Road" album (about 47 minutes).
  16. Enjoy the Fish Eye Chardonnay while you simmer and listen to Abbey Road.
  17. Check the consistency and if it's thick and good, start "Sgt. Pepper", add some fresh parsley and black pepper on top and Dig In!

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