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Yankee Doodle in a Kettle: The History of Chowder

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Writer Joseph C. Lincoln once hailed New England clam chowder as “Yankee Doodle in a Kettle.” And with good reason: chowder, AKA “chowdah,” is a beloved New England soup staple which has been enjoyed for generations. Let’s take a trip back in time through the history of chowder, while highlighting a few ways to enjoy this classic meal, along with ... Read More »

4 Tips for Throwing a “Perfect 10” Olympics Party

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Are you gearing up to watch Michael Phelps build on his legacy as the most decorated Olympian in the history of the world? Perhaps you can’t wait to watch dynamo Simone Biles lead the women’s gymnastics team to victory? From boxing and beach volleyball to tennis and trampoline (yes, that’s a thing!), the Olympics offer an eagerly-awaited opportunity to witness ... Read More »

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