First Known Use of chowder
Definition of chowder
- corn chowder
Examples of chowder in a Sentence
a bowl of clam chowder
Recent Examples of chowder from the Web
Additional items served include pizza by the slice and clam chowder.
Spencer will demonstrate how to make dishes from pub cheese with Anadama bread -- a traditional New England dark yeast bread to classic Boston clam chowder.
Some are beloved staff meals that have spilled into the public domain, like the Chowder Poutine at Silver Lake’s L&E Oyster Bar: bacon-rich chowder, molten cheese, and chorizo ladled over crispy fries.
All meals include clam chowder, side dishes, dessert and coffee.
And cream of sweetcorn soup: is that what Americans call corn chowder?
Tapioca custard at Millwright's, Simsbury — The whimsical tapioca custard reveals all the flavors of clam chowder, but in counterintuitive form.
The menu also offers crab legs, gumbo, crawfish chowder, lobster stew or jambalaya.
Delivery, online ordering and snack-friendly dishes, such as fries topped with cheese, fried clams and a layer of chowder.
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CHOWDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chowder for English Language Learners
: a thick soup or stew made of seafood or corn with potatoes and onions and milk or tomatoes
CHOWDER Defined for Kids
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