A summary, fresh and light corn chowder topped with seared Whitefish (or scallops, shrimp or salmon) with simple flavors, that can be made in 30 minutes!
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Notes: For even more corn flavor, scrape the cobs with the end of a knife and gather the "milk". Place this along with the cobs (you an cut them smaller) into a pan or pot, covered with water, and simmer on low heat for 30 minutes to make corn stock. Reduce to one cup.
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