2) The clam chowder
at Captain Curt's seafood restaurant on Siesta Key is so good it won the Great Chowder Cook-Off in Newport, Rhode Island.
But instead of going to a restaurant to get some clam chowder
, Chidi brings Eleanor to a clam-chowder fountain where he casually scoops out soup using a mug.
But I'm pretty sure most people don't mind, as recipes for clam chowder
with corn are widely found.
But I also crave a bowl of Swan's thick white clam chowder
-- a serviceable rendition, which needs only a few drops of Tabasco, a good shake of black pepper and a packet of oyster crackers.
Legal Sea Foods, called Boston's most popular restaurant by Zagat survey in 2012-2013, has four locations in the A, B and C terminals, where you can order steamed lobster, crab cakes, clam chowder
or Portuguese fisherman's stew with fish stewed with mussels, clams and chourico sausage in a saffron tomato broth.
Seafood is always a good starter for a holiday meal, and milk-and-potato-based clam chowder
fits the bill, especially if it's made with fresh Cedar Key clams.
Featuring New England favorites such as whole belly clams,Maine lobster, steamers, haddock, clam chowder
as well as local favorites like fresh grouper and oysters.
Livingston (materials science and engineering, MIT), a research physicist and distant cousin of the woman, relates the story of the 1896 murder trial of Mary Alice Livingston, who was accused of murdering her mother, Evelina Bliss, using arsenic-laced clam chowder
Five contestants from the Northeast prepared their versions of New England clam chowder
prior to the Sylvania 300 race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
For Friday night, she creates a soothing New England-style clam chowder
with thyme and lemon breadcrumbs.
No one knows why tomato-based clam chowder
became known as Manhattan-style.
The training on the history of New England Clam Chowder
was very informative," noted CS1 Joselin Desir, LPO Food Service Division.