It was all about the chowder at the East Hampton Town Historical Farm Museum grounds at Cedar and North Main in East Hampton on Saturday, October 20, as local restaurant chefs and home chefs competed to be judged the best in taste in the museum’s First Annual Clam Chowder Contest. The $15 entry fee included live music, cookies, and cakes, a special mug, outdoor fun with friends, and, of course, a delicious variety of chowders. Paul Roman won in the Individual category. Smokin’ Wolf won first place in the Restaurant category.
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