Definition of chowder
: to make chowder of
First Known Use of chowder
Definition of chowder
: a soup or stew of seafood (such as clams or fish) usually made with milk or tomatoes, salt pork, onions, and other vegetables (such as potatoes); also : a soup resembling chowder corn chowder
Examples of chowder in a Sentence
a bowl of clam chowder
Recent Examples of chowder from the Web
But then Skillets’ menu grabs its culinary passport, with stops in New Orleans for Cajun shrimp cocktail, New England for clam chowder, and Mexico for chicken tacos.
Magical Dining would be a great time to try a few menu items such as conch chowder, shrimp and grits, and key lime pie.
The menu also includes calamari, oyster, shrimp and fish tempuras, swordfish burgers, tacos, classic shrimp cocktails, Newport clam chowder, ahi poke (a Hawaiian fish salad), Lomi Lomi salmon poke and more.
Bourne and Cotuit are known for their clam chowder.
Chowder is a sweet, shy 7-year-old boxer/chow chow mix and dedicated couch potato.
The Boathouse also conveniently includes a provisions shop, beer garden and serves casual breakfast, lunch and dinner with a selection of hot and cold sandwiches, a couple chowder options, salad and a handful of sides to choose from.
There’s also bacon dip ($5) and potato bacon leek chowder ($4), with plenty of cheap beers and cocktails to wash it all down with.
Children's meals (12 and under) including clam chowder, hot dog or hamburger, salad and french fries, are $19.
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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
Definition of chowder for Students
: a soup or stew made of fish, clams, or a vegetable usually simmered in milk
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