Origin of chowderFrench chaudière, a pot from Late Latin caldaria: see caldron
a thick soup made variously, but usually containing onions, potatoes, and salt pork, sometimes corn, tomatoes, or other vegetables, and often, specif., clams or fish and milk
- A thick soup containing fish or shellfish, especially clams, and vegetables, such as potatoes and onions, in a milk or tomato base.
- A soup similar to this seafood dish: corn chowder.
Origin of chowderFrench chaudière stew pot from Old French from Late Latin caldāria ; see cauldron .
(countable and uncountable, plural chowders)
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- Eat normally, but make sure to add a 200 calorie serving of mackerel (30 mcg), 78 grams (3/4 cup) of Kellogg's All-Bran with Extra Fiber (19 mcg) and a 23 gram (1 cup) serving of New England dry clam chowder mix (9 mcg).
- Also, right next door to the hotel, is the popular Blue Mermaid Chowder House.
- This link contains five recipes, including Tempeh Stuffed Peppers and Tuscan Vegetable Chowder.
- "It sounds like sin was a very big business," Cynthia offered as she stirred a pot of fish chowder.