CHOWDER is one of those things that grew from a simple beginning into a specialty, capable of many variations and many delicious flavors. It started as a thick cream soup enriched by fish, sometimes with the help of a few diced potatoes. Now it takes in any or every vegetable that grows, any fish that swims—as well as some that don't—and any seasoning that adds a bit of “dash” to the combination.By Margaret E. Smith, Mary MacPherson6 min
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