Definition of Fish chowder
1. Noun. Chowder containing fish.
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Literary usage of Fish chowder
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"... and soaked in enough cold milk to moisten. Remove crackers, turn chowder inki a tureen, and put crackers on top. fish chowder. 4 Ib. cod or haddock. ..."
2. The Dinner Year-book by Marion Harland (1878)
"fish chowder. Omelette with Gravy. Boiled Corn. Potato Salad. Peach Batter Pudding. fish chowder. 3 lbs. of cod, or halibut, or any other firm white fish ..."
3. First Principles of Household Management and Cookery: A Text-book for by Maria Parloa (1879)
"fish chowder. Take either a cod or haddock ; skin it (loosen the skin about the head, and draw it down towards the tail, when it will peel off easily). ..."
4. Things Mother Used to Make: A Collection of Old Time Recipes, Some Nearly by Lydia Maria Gurney (1913)
"New England fish chowder 4 Slices of Fat Salt Pork 2 or 8 Pounds of Fresh 6 or 8 Potatoes Haddock or Codfish 1 Small Onion 8 Boston Crackers ..."
5. Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science: A Condensed Home Study Course by Marian Cole Fisher (1916)
"fish chowder fish chowder is a way of serving fish free from bones. ... fish chowder, served as a soup, must have quantities of water or milk, ..."
6. The Story of My Life, Or, The Sunshine and Shadow of Seventy Years by Mary Ashton Rice Livermore (1897)
"WE COMMENCE HOUSEKEEPING —SOME COMICAL EXPERIENCES—MY FIRST fish chowder AND ITS IGNOMINIOUS FATE —A PATIENT HUSBAND. The Operatives of Fall River Fifty ..."