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a thick soup or stew made with milk and bacon and onions and potatoes

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Guests get to taste all 32 chowders and vote for their favourite.
Like oysters, small clams are eaten whole when served raw or steamed, but for chowders, a rough chop is preferred, especially if the clams are fresh.
Chowders need to be dropped off in a crockpot from 3 to 3:30 p.
based Pacific Natural Foods' introduced two new soup collections--a line of natural hearty soups and chowders and the first line of organic condensed soup.
Much like tomato calm chowder, seafood-free chowders began appearing early in the soup's history.
In "Ireland's Comfort Food & Touring Attractions", author Viki Pidegon has compiled an impressive and very nicely illustrated collection of do-it-yourself recipes for soups, stews, chowders and casseroles that she has collected from Irish chefs from Kylemore Abby, to Beleek Pottery, to the Guinness Storehouse, with informative descriptions of a variety of Ireland's tourist attractions, pubs, hotels, and castles--each of which has some direct relevance to the culinary theme of this unique compendium of Irish culinary traditions.
New England chowder is a version of the dish that significantly outperforms chowders from other areas of the US.
In fish chowders, she uses a combination of bottled clam juice or liquid from the can of fish along with some chicken broth to add more depth of flavor and reduce the salt.
Al Yeganeh, (of Seinfeld fame) a New York City soup seller, will begin selling his bisques, chowders and gumbos at alongside Crema Lita whose reduced-calorie dairy dessert is beloved by all New Yorkers.
You can also use mashed potatoes as an ingredient in baking, such as for biscuits or focaccia, for making stuffings, and for thickening up chowders and vegetable soups.
Long past its savory beginnings at Ivar's iconic waterfront kitchen at Ivar's Acres of Clams on Seattle's Pier 54, Ivar's Chowders are now made at Ivar's Seafood, Soup & Sauce Company, a state-of-the-art facility just two ferry stops north of Seattle in Mukilteo, Washington.
Culinarily speaking, Minorcan and Manhattan chowders are similar in that both are tomato based, unlike the New England variety, which is built with milk or cream.
Lynch, urged the SJC in their appellate brief to find that chefs need not reduce the pieces of fish in their chowders to "minuscule size" to determine whether they contain bone fragments.