A favorite dish enjoyed by many white folks in the northeastern United States. Since the early 1800's it has been a meal enjoyed at Ku Klux Klan meetings and Methodist churches. The secret to it's wonderful taste is the fact that it contains the cuttings and drippings from jigaboos
of all ages and genders, and some brown sugar, too.
There's nothing like a nice bowl of New England Klan Chowder after a juicy lynching.