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Clam Chowder On Cold Days

January 05, 2024 1 Comment

Clam Chowder On Cold Days

 Classic New England Clam Chowder

Photo Credit : Heath Robbins

When the cold winds howl and the days turn frosty, there's one thing that can warm you up: a steaming bowl of clam chowder. Pair that with a warm knit anchor sweater, and you're set for winter in true east coast style. When you're in the heart of New England, the comforting allure of clam chowder knows no bounds. Embrace the coastal lifestyle with this classic clam chowder recipe and bring preppy east coast living right to your home. So, put on your favorite nautical sweater, and savor the taste of home with each spoonful of this delightful chowder.

New England's Comfort Hug:
In the charming landscapes of New England, clam chowder is more than a dish; it's a comfortable hug on a cold day. Creamy, hearty, and filled with tender clams and potatoes, it's a timeless classic that warms you from the inside out, making every spoonful taste like home. Picture yourself enjoying this culinary embrace while wearing a navy anchor sweater — a stylish nautical sweater that effortlessly blends warmth and elegance. The hearty flavors of clam chowder seamlessly pair with the comfort and style of these fashionable knits, creating a winter scene that captures the heart of New England living.

Embrace creamy New England clam chowder’s mission - to bring flavor & warmth on chilly days. The robust taste of clam chowder effortlessly complements the comfort and style offered by nautical sweaters with the anchor design. It’s the simple pleasure of savoring good food that unites us all, offering a moment of pure coziness no matter where you are.


One of our favorite clam chowder recipes is the classic New England.com recipe, from the editors of Yankee Magazine. This hearty soup combines tender shellfish, smoky bacon, chunky potatoes, and a creamy base, resulting in a comforting and delicious dish that never fails to satisfy.

Yield:

6 servings

Ingredients

7 pounds cherrystone clams, scrubbed and rinsed
3 cups water
4 bacon strips, finely chopped
1 medium-size Spanish onion, diced small
2 tablespoons flour
3 large red potatoes, cut into 1/2-inch dice
1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
1 cup heavy cream

 

Instructions

In a large soup pot over high heat, add clams to water. Bring to a boil and cook just until clams open, about 10 minutes. Remove clams from broth and set aside. (Discard any clams that don’t open.) Strain broth through a sieve lined with a coffee filter and set aside.

Clean your soup pot; then, over medium-high heat, sauté bacon until it’s browned and fat is rendered. Using a slotted spoon, remove bacon to a paper towel. Discard all but 2 tablespoons bacon fat. Add diced onion to pot and sauté until translucent.

Stir in flour and cook for 1 minute, being careful not to brown. Whisk in reserved clam broth. Add potatoes and thyme, and simmer for 10 minutes.

Remove clams from shells, reserve the liquid, and chop roughly. Strain liquid; then add clams and liquid to pot. Stir in parsley, cream, and reserved bacon; cook just long enough to heat clams through, about 3 minutes.

Warming Up New England Style:

As the cold weather sets in, let clam chowder be your go-to companion for warmth and comfort. A bowl of clam chowder is the simplest, most delightful way to chase away the chill, and embrace the moments of winter. This clam chowder recipe brings the joy of homemade comfort to your table, all while wrapped in the classic, coastal charm of your anchor sweater. The hearty flavors of clam chowder seamlessly pair with the comfort and style of these fashionable sweaters.  Indulge in the warmth of both the savory soup and the solid embrace of your stylish sweater.  

 

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1 Response

Lydia
Lydia

March 03, 2024

This southern girl loves New England chowder! Thank you for the recipe!!

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