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White Swan's chowder fries | Sandy Lam
Food & Drink

Why Chowder Fries Could Be the Signature Dish Seattle's Been Waiting For

Published On 03/29/2018
Though rightfully famous for its quality, Seattle’s seafood doesn’t have a dish for which it’s known -- unlike the fried clam bellies of New England, the South’s shrimp and grits, and even San Francisco’s cioppino. This is partly because our raw ingredients are just so good: Northwest oysters on the half-shell don’t need sauce, a sautéed fillet of Neah Bay salmon stands on its own. Yet a vacancy exists. Seattle needs a dish that fits the city’s personality, demonstrates its culinary prowess, and showcases its excellent seafood. Recently, a food trend began proliferating that fits this description to a tee: chowder fries.
Seattle needs a dish that fits its personality, demonstrates its culinary prowess, and showcases its seafood.
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