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For J’s Family Clam Chowder

1-12 oz. pkg. Bacon, slice approximately 3/8” wide
1 large onion medium diced
4 garlic cloves chopped fine
1 quart half & half
1 can chicken broth
2 cups water
1 teaspoons For J’s Hawaiian Chili Pepper Sea Salt
4 carrots cut into 3/4” blocks
2 large potatoes cut into 3/4” blocks
1 – 14 oz. can Kornel corm, drained
1 –14 oz. can Creamed corn
½ teaspoon ground black pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder
4 – 6.5 oz cans chopped clams, separate clams from clam juice
½ cup of flour and 1 cup water for thickening (add to soup until desired thickness)

In a large pot, brown bacon pieces (leave bacon grease in pot for flavor) Add diced onions and garlic, cook at medium to medium high heat till diced onions turn translucent. Add chicken broth, water, half & half, clam juice, black pepper, garlic powder and For J’s Hawaiian Chili Pepper Sea Salt, stir. Add carrots, potatoes, corn kernels, and cream corn. Simmer medium-low until potatoes and carrots are cooked. Thicken with flour/water mixture until desired thickness. Add clams. Remove from heat and serve.

Tip: Add a pinch of Kiawe Smoke Salt on top before serving.

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Hawaiian Chili Pepper Red 'Alaea Sea Salt - The hint of its fiery heat is dependent on the dish; but its the magical property of the Hawaiian Chili Pepper that makes the dish especially tasty. A favorite on grilled, broiled or pan-fried steaks.
Kiawe Smoke Infused Red 'Alaea Salt
Kiawe Smoke Red 'Alaea Sea Salt - Kiawe (pronounced "kee-ah-vay") is a cousin to mesquite but with a deeper more intense flavor. This is especially good on steak, pork, poultry, or seafood, as well as soups and chowders. Our favorite is on fresh salmon, baked or grilled.