As a Boston based company, it would be silly of us to not celebrate National Clam Chowder Day. It was originally known as the poor man's food, the first Chowders were fish stews made from vegetables and fish stewed in a large cauldron. Clams are thought to have been introduced into the recipe by the Native Americans around the mid-1800s. But now, there are dozens of ways to make the perfect Clam Chowder.
- Are you in the culinary industry? If so, do you have a favorite way to make a Clam Chowder? If so, make a video and share it on your social channel! How-to videos are very popular.
- If you are not in the culinary industry, you still have plenty of options. Write a listicle on your top 10 favorite Clam Chowders, or visit your favorite restaurant and order a Clam Chowder off of their menu.
No matter how you choose to celebrate this holiday, remember to use one of the following hashtags: #NationalClamChowderDay #ClamChowder #Seafood #Soup #Chowder #Foodie #Clams