Bermuda Fish Chowder

Bermuda Fish Chowder History and Recipe

This delicious robust tomato-based fish Bermuda Fish Chowder is considered to be Bermuda’s national dish.  Bermudians have their own answer to bouillabaisse. This chowder differs from American versions of chowder by … Continued

Cod Chowder

Cod Chowder and Fish Stew History

  Photo from Fisheries and Aquaculture, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.   Chowder has remained a steadfast tradition in Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and other Maritime Provinces of Canada … Continued

Conch Chowder

Conch Chowder History and Recipe

In the early 1800s, people from the Bahamas began migrating to the Keys.  These immigrants were called conchs because of the sea snail they like to eat of the same … Continued

Clam Chowder

History of Chowder

What is traditional chowder? The true or traditional chowder is a matter of debate.  There are numerous varieties, and each has its loyal following.  Just bring up the subject of … Continued

Manhattan Clam Chowder

Manhattan Clam Chowder History

  New Yorker’s insist on tomatoes in their chowder and call it Manhattan clam chowder.  Cookbook writer and chef James Beard (1903-1985) described Manhattan clam chowder as: “. . . … Continued

Minorcan Clam Chowde

Minorcan Clam Chowder History and Recipe

Beyond the debate of whether creamy, clear, or tomato-based clam chowder is best, St. Augustine, Florida, has its own famous hopped-up version called Minorcan clam chowder.   Hopped up – … Continued

New England Clam Chowder

New England Clam Chowder History

 History of New England Clam Chowder     Even in New England, known for the Boston or New England-style chowders, you can find different types of clam chowder.  New Englanders … Continued

She Crab Soup

She Crab Soup History and Recipe

Charleston, South Carolina is known for their elegant She Crab Soup.  A cross between a bisque and a chowder, made with their famous blue crab meat.  In elegant society, terrapin, … Continued

West Coast Clam Chowder History

West Coast Clam Chowder History

  History of West Coast Clam Chowder: West Coast Clam Chowder (California, Oregon and Washington), milk or cream is the key to outstanding clam chowder.  The debate among cooks is … Continued