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Chowderfest tests tasters’ endurance

Tom Shambo of Burnt Hills, left, his wife Bobbie Shambo, and Debbie MeClary of Mayfield, sample chowder on Henry Street during the 16th Annual Chowderfest in Saratoga Springs Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Tom Shambo of Burnt Hills, left, his wife Bobbie Shambo, and Debbie MeClary of Mayfield, sample chowder on Henry Street during the 16th Annual Chowderfest in Saratoga Springs Saturday.
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Chowderfest is not for the weak of stomach — any longtime participant will tell you as much. There is no right way to take in the annual event in Saratoga Springs. Some stop by, throw back the five minimum samples of chowder required to purchase a T-shirt at the visitor center or City Center, feel full and are done. But there are others willing to test their gastrointestinal prowess in the righteous quest for just ...


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