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In America, the first colonial cookbook was published by William Parks in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1742. It was based on Eliza Smith's Compleat Housewife, or Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion. It included recipes for soups and bisques.

Chicken Corn Chowder

Chicken Corn Chowder

The Pilgrims called it pottage, a sustaining mix of corn, potatoes, herbs, spices, and meat. And in many ways, it saved the Plymouth colony. In 1623, Massasoit, the sachem or chief, of the most powerful tribe on Cape Cod, fell ill. His friendship with the Pilgrims had saved them in their first few years in New England. Pilgrim elders rushed to his village and were able to revive their friend with a corn chowder. Massasoit lived another 34 years, contributing mightily to the success of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Chicken Corn Chowder, truly a New England tradition for almost 400 years!

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Water, Corn, Potatoes, Cooked White Chicken Meat, Cream (From Milk), Butter, Celery, Rice Starch, Sunflower Oil, Onions, Roasted Red Peppers, Lower Sodium Sea Salt, Sugar, Coriander, Soy Lecithin, Black Pepper, Cayenne Pepper.

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Zea Mays conquers the World... in less than 500 years:

A very unusual grass native to Central America, maize or, as we now mostly refer to it, corn, really got its "big break" on the world stage, again, from Columbus. In May 1493, he captivated Queen Isabella's court with stories of this tall strange grass with "ears as thick as a man's arm". This funny grass was the principal source of food for the Native Americans he had encountered and soon became a favorite in Europe and, eventually, throughout the world. Today, corn is the principal source of food energy for Americans and most of the world's people. We use a simple, classic sweet corn to add flavor, color and texture to our soups, in much the same way early European settlers of New England were taught by the Native Americans. Corn in Soup: a New England tradition of great taste since before there even was a New England!

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne is believed to have first been used some 7,000 years ago as a spice and medicinal herb by indigenous, so-called "pre-civilization" peoples. Archaeological evidence dates back as far as between 5200 BC, peppering history before there was written history!

Tippity Top Chicken

Located in Marietta, Georgia since 1947, Tip-Top is a family owned and operated food manufacturer that embraces the saying, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Soon after Al founded the company, he invited his lifelong friend Chet to join. Today both their sons work side by side, continuing the family tradition of providing "Tip-Top" quality service and products to their customers!

Creamy Cream

Pure and simple. Our cream comes from cows on farms in North and South Carolina from a dynamic family owned company with a solid commitment to the dairy industry. Their cream is rich and flavorful adding to our soups a delightful smooth texture. With roots that go back more than 80 years to a start as an evaporated milk processing facility, Dairy Fresh has grown to be a major supplier of a full line of dairy products up and down the East Coast…keeping those Carolina cows very busy!