Salmon Dill Chowder

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[Editor's Note: Though soup is often thought of as a wintry dish, I love the way this particular chowder takes a lighter approach to its flavors and structure. It's quick to pull together, and is a great way to cook salmon if you're nervous about searing or roasting or sauteeing it—the heat of the soup will ensure it's cooked through. --Genie]

Spring in the Rockies and Salmon Dill Chowder

Salmon Dill Chowder is ideal for this seasonal bridge between winter and summer. Creamy broth, luscious wild salmon, and hearty potatoes deliver on comfort without the usual long-simmering aspect of soup. Not intended to “feed an army” or freeze for later, it is to comfort only until our toes can slip into sandals once more.

Salmon Dill Chowder

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