New England Clam Chowder (20 ounces)
Our partners at Bay Shore use only the best hand shucked sea clams to create the finest batches of New England Clam Chowder. For over 30 years, this family-owned and operated business has been serving their traditional New England comfort foods from their spot on Boston’s historic Fish Pier.
New England clam chowder is a popular soup that originated in the northeastern region of the United States, specifically in the state of Massachusetts. The soup’s origin is said to date back to the 18th century when it was first made by New England fishermen who would use clams that they had caught in the nearby waters. Over time, the recipe evolved, and the soup became a popular dish in the region, especially during the colder months.
There are many variations of New England clam chowder, with different chefs and regions putting their own spin on the dish. Some recipes call for the addition of other seafood, such as shrimp or scallops, while others use different types of cream or potatoes.
New England clam chowder is typically served as an appetizer or main course, and it is often accompanied by oyster crackers or crusty bread. The soup is a comforting and hearty dish that is perfect for a cold winter day, and it remains a staple of New England cuisine to this day.