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Project: Chowder

March 31st, 2009

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Brooklyn Chowder Surfer
Ben’s lessons in fishing and chowder started at an early age with his grandfather Sarge on Cape Cod. On the side of the bank Ben was taught how to fillet the day’s catch and to dig fresh clams and Quahogs from the family clam bed. Using hand-picked, home-grown summer vegetables, young Ben was handed down the secrets of the Sargent Family Chowders.

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Ben’s lessons in fishing and chowder started at an early age with his grandfather Sarge on Cape Cod. On the side of the bank Ben was taught how to fillet the day’s catch and to dig fresh clams and Quahogs from the family clam bed. Using hand-picked, home-grown summer vegetables, young Ben was handed down the secrets of the Sargent Family Chowders.

Ben’s chowders are each inspired by his unique personal experience. Every chowder has been taken from either his own family recipe, or was inspired by one of the many characters he meets along his seafood travels. Most people think only a few chowders exist in the world. In fact, almost every region and culture has its own chowder, with a great story to trace back to its roots.

Ben is poised to become the Ben and Jerry’s (without a Jerry) of the chowder world. Each of his branded chowders tells the story of the famous fishermen he has met along the way, through its diverse array of fresh fish and indigenous flavors. In each chunk of fish and fresh vegetable you will experience what Ben first experienced when he hit the open road!

6 Responses to “Project: Chowder”

  1. Dustin Says:

    Where can I buy the cans? Anywhere on the web?

  2. Brent Says:

    Are any of your chowders available to order or buy online or in a store?

  3. Debi Murphy Says:

    Where are Ben’s chowders available? I am a Cape Cod girl who now lives in Phoenix and would die to taste a bit of Ben’s yummy chowder!

    Cheers!
    Debi
    f1wild@cox.net

  4. Brent Says:

    Do you sell your chowder pre made on line? Thx, Brent

  5. Deborah Says:

    is your bahamian monkfish chowder on the market?
    if so, where can i purchase it. i live near reno, nv.
    and watched your throwdown with bobby flay, drooling.
    the world needs more guys like you and more CHOWDER.
    thanks

  6. Deborah Robinson Says:

    please—please—tell me where i can purchase your bahamian monkfish chowder in northern nevada.

    thanks

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