Aces and Eights Corn Chowder

Aces and Eights Corn Chowder
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So in October I met Bernie the owner and creator of Double Take Salsa at the fall Junk Bonanza while I was manning a Aces and Eights Salsa Jarfriend of mine’s booth. His table was directly across from the booth and it was always busy. Person after person walked away with a bag full of salsa.

Of course, curiosity got the better of me. Especially since Bernie’s sales technique is a little irreverent. Okay, a lot. And in some cases hilariously funny. Who am I to judge it was working.

Flavor First

I sauntered over to talk to Bernie and sample some salsa and we got to chatting. Okay so maybe I was grilling him about his company.  It’s the former talk show host coming out in me. I have to know things.

We talked about how some salsas are all about the heat and while Double Take has plenty of heat, depending on the kind you choose sometimes a lot of heat, but Double Take is more about the layers of flavor that make up these salsas.

They were good and I was charmed.

Aces & Eights

I love corn salsa. I make my own black bean corn salsa that is one of my favorites but trying Aces & Eights shot it right up to the top of my list of faves. It is sweet and hot with flavor upon flavor.

I said I wanted to cook with it but Bernie said it was too dry. Challenge accepted, Bernie.

As some of you know who follow my YouTube channel life got complicated for me after JB and my Mom went into the hospital shortly after and passed away in December, but I didn’t forget that I told Bernie I was going to make something from Aces & Eights.

Well here it is! Ace & Eights Corn Chowder and the best part is, it’s made in the crockpot. Lazy cooks of the world unite!

I made this for a soup party my family attended. I didn’t know but a handful of people but total strangers sought me out to ask me how to make this chowder.  One gentleman hunted me down to high five me and tell me it was badass.  He Crockpot after the partalso wanted to ask me if there were leftovers if he could take them home. Unfortunately for him there were no leftovers.

I usually want to sample all the soups at this part but on this occasion I even went back for a couple cups of this chowder. It really is badass.

Get a jar of Aces and Eights salsa and try this recipe today.

Corn Chowder Made with Aces and Eights Corn Salsa. Amazing!

Aces and Eights Corn Chowder

An flavorful corn chowder made with Aces and Eights corn salsa. It has the perfect amount of spice for a cold fall evening!
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 4 hrs
After Adding Half and Half 30 mins
Total Time 4 hrs 40 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 8 people

Equipment

  • Crockpot

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Jar Ace & Eights Corn Salsa
  • 3 large potatoes
  • 1 can whole kernel corner
  • 2 cans creamed corn
  • 2 cups Half & Half
  • 1 tsp Sugar (optional)
  • Salt & Peper to taste

Instructions
 

  • Start with Aces & Eights Corn salsa in the bottom of the crock pot.  Add all cans of corn, potatoes, sugar and salt and pepper. Stir everything together.
  • Cook on High 3-4 hours until potatoes are tender.
  • 30 minutes before serving add half and half and bring that up to temp.
    Enjoy!

Notes

You can garnish this with bacon if you wish and why not! Everything is better with bacon. Serve with crackers or bread or just eat it because it's just darn good.

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