Definition of chowder
- corn chowder
Examples of chowder in a Sentence
a bowl of clam chowder
Recent Examples of chowder from the Web
Image Like clam chowder, lobster rolls come with regional allegiances.
Most folks seemed to think Bostonites have a soft spot for the Patriots and clam chowder.
Homemade clam chowder, pizza, dessert and soft drinks are available.
With all the trimmings from the seafood moving through Rebelle’s kitchen — sole, snapper, octopus and trout — Rebelle made a bowl of cream-forward seafood chowder that delivered big value, adventure and bacon for just $12.
First pick up a cup of chowder and some stuffies at Larsen's Fish Market, maybe a bottle of wine from Vintage MV in Edgartown or a six-pack of local craft beer from Jim's Package Store in Oak Bluffs, then walk to Menemsha Public Beach in Chilmark.
Patrons will also find shrimp po’ boys, pulled pork and corn chowder and signature 12-layer cakes.
End the day with fresh-from-the-sea lobster or chowder from the on-island fish markets.
Lunch fare includes chowders, salmon burgers, fresh salads and smoked seafood dishes; eat inside, on the deck or pack your choices into a basket or cooler for a picnic.
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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
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