fbpx

Long Island Clam Chowder: What It Is and How to Make It

| Chowders

If you have strong opinions about chowder you might freak out when you learn about Long Island clam chowder. Judging from the picture below you’re probably already a little alarmed. Yeah, it’s pink. I know, strange, isn’t it? We all know chowder allegiances run deep in the Northeast. Everyone claims the version they grew up […]

Continue Reading

Maine Clam Chowder: A Buttery, Brothy, Milky Delight

| Chowders

Maine clam chowder is a unique twist on the more well-known New England clam chowder. The defining characteristic of Maine-style clam chowders is that traditionally they’re made with milk and never thickened with flour. In comparison to other chowder recipes in New England, the northernmost New England versions are on the thinner and brothier side […]

Continue Reading