Conch Chowder recipe - The Daily Meal
Conch is a delicacy that's popular throughout South Florida and the Caribbean, often appearing in fritters or on salad. Hearty chunks of conch are the star in this Bahamian chowder that's light but satisfying—it's chock-full of vegetables and just the right amount of spice.This recipe is from Talia's Tuscan Table in Boca Raton, Florida, and was originally published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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crab
Winner of the creative category in the 2011 Newport Chowder Fest, chef Deluise finishes this creamy crab-and-brie-filled chowder with a light sprinkling of paprika. 
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Golden Clam Chowder recipe - The Daily Meal
This comforting chowder is a cross between New England and Rhode Island-style clam chowder. It takes the best of both soups to create a warming bowl of goodness.This recipe is by Barbara Wener of West Hartford, Connecticut and was originally published in the Hartford Courant.
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Thick and creamy corn chowder with crispy bacon, chicken, potatoes and sharp white cheddar — it does not get better. Recipec courtesy of Perdue
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Grand Chowder
Chef Kevin Thiele makes a gorgeous, lobster claw-adorned clam chowder that's creamy yet light — exactly what a fancy clam chowder should taste like. 
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Chowder
If you’re looking for an intense, comforting bowl of chowder, this recipe filled with Cheddar, brats, and beer is here for you.This recipe is courtesy of Food.com.
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Leftover Turkey Chowder
Chock full of corn, bacon, potatoes and, of course, turkey, this chowder is the easy and hearty after-holiday meal you need.Courtesy of McCormick
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Corn Chowder
As far as I'm concerned, soup (and chowder in particular) gets top billing on the comfort food circuit. Especially as temperatures start to drop, there are few things I crave more, or that are more comforting, than a big, warm bowl of soup. This corn chowder is a definite favorite — thick and hearty, but not too heavy (no cream required!). Plus it calls for that other comfort food staple ingredient: bacon. Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes. 
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Pumpkin Chowder Recipe
Pumpkin Chowder Recipe from Ricky Eisen, President and Founder of Between the Bread, Manhattan’s premier café and corporate catering company for more than 35 years. Click Here To See More Chowder Recipes
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Fish salmon chowder recipe
“Chowder” just might be one of the best food words ever. If you’ve been lucky enough to have a bowl of a well-prepared version, you can conjure the chowder memory just by saying the word. My favorite is always creamy and studded with bacon. Sweet corn doesn’t hurt. This version calls for fresh salmon and bay scallops. I add some lump crab when I want to impress. Sharp, tangy, Louisiana-style red-pepper hot sauce adds kick.The creamy soup base is so good, you could skip the fish and turn it into vegetable chowder simply by doubling the corn and adding some roasted diced red and poblano peppers. For a speedy weeknight chowder, I use canned salmon in place of fresh fish. Better than anything sold at the soup bars at the local grocery stores.
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Rhode Island: Rhode Island Clam Chowder
In New England, there is a tale of two chowders, while New England’s thick and creamy chowder is perhaps more well-known, another style clear chowder is famous in Rhode Island. Unlike New England or Boston clam chowder, the base of this soup is clear with a splash of cream added just before serving.
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Sweet Corn and Clam Chowder
This signature chowder has become very popular at Fire. We serve it with wild Alaskan halibut, manila clams, and sautéed spinach; it is also delicious with sautéed diver scallops. The result is a rich, thick, and spicy chowder with a great kick!— Douglas Katz, executive chef-owner at Fire Food and Drink, Cleveland, OHClick here to see Corn for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Dessert.
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