Season 1, Episode 10
Jeffrey Saad goes to pot in an episode dedicated to the original American coastal comfort food: chowder. The American tradition of seafood stew is as old as the country itself-but thanks to clever reinvention by some superstar chefs, it's getting a modern-day makeover. From the classic clam chowder of New England to the Manhattan-style chowder of New York to the good old gumbo of New Orleans, we'll uncover the hottest pots in America. And learn from one chowder-making wild child that fresh is best-even if it means casting your line from the shores of Brooklyn into the East River!
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