Courtesy of Duke's Seafood

It’s starting to get chilly and Washington weather calls for a hot bowl of chowder. Now Duke’s Seafood’s famous clam chowder and more varieties are available at Puget Sound area Metropolitan Markets in the frozen aisle.

Now you can make the same restaurant-quality chowders found at Duke’s Seafood’s seven restaurants in your own kitchen within minutes.  

Duke Moscrip started Duke’s Seafood in 1976 and he perfected his grandfather’s chowder recipe that has become a local favorite.

“My first quest was to find frozen clams without preservatives. It was nearly impossible, but I did it and it made all the difference. The clams in this chowder taste so sweet and fresh; you won’t believe it. The result is a rich and delicious chowder that’s packed with flavor. We’ve even managed to make it gluten free without sacrificing taste,” Moscrip said in a press release.

Find several Duke’s favorites at Met Markets including Seattle’s Best Clam Chowder, Lobster Mobster Pernod Chowder, Rajin’ Cajun Chicken & Corn Chowder, and Dungeness Crab Bisque — a new soup that features crab and Tillamook extra sharp white cheddar.

The frozen chowders come in 16-ounce pouches you simply put in boiling water to reheat. Retail prices are $13.99-$15.99. There are two “starter” servings per pouch.


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