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Smoked Oyster and Bourbon Chowder
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Ekone Oyster Company
Our smoked oysters are supplied by Ekone Oyster Company. This sustainably-run operation harvests fresh oysters from the pristine Willapa Bay estuary in Washington State, then smokes them using maple wood chips to achieve their scrumptiously smoky flavor.
It’s well known that Bourbon’s oaky and smoky qualities enhance the taste of many foods, and in this case that includes oysters. We use bourbon supplied by Mizkan, a company that is “all about flavor.
Our cream comes from Andersen Dairy in Battle Ground, Washington. Unlike most dairy’s Andersen sources from only 5 farms, all within 50 miles of their creamery. They make cream of the highest quality and are extremely proud of their cream which is GMO and rBST free.
These tasty onions were grown in the Yakima Valley, and then washed and chopped and frozen at Freeze Pack in Pasco, WA.
Our Potatoes are grown, processed and chopped by Oregon Potato Company. The spuds in our chowders specifically come from their fields in Warden, Washington.
Grown in Lompoc, California at Santa Barbara Farms, a family owned business that has launched its own processing facility in order to produce, chop and freeze a premium ingredient all in the same valley.
Grown in central Washington – our corn makes its way to Chehalis, WA where they are washed, chopped, frozen and packed by National Frozen Foods.
Supherb Farms in Turlock, CA produces high quality herbs and veggies, and chops and packs them at the peak of ripeness to get the full flavor.
Red Bell Peppers
These bits of sweetness are grown, harvested, and chopped in Escalon, CA so that we can taste the sun.
Louisiana Hot Sauce
We use Louisiana Hot Sauce – one of the very first Cajun products to hit the market. It’s blended from sun-ripened and handpicked cayenne peppers that have quite a kick.
Located in Springfield, Missouri, IDF is known for its natural and high quality chicken ingredients.
When it came to Fish Sauce, we spared no expense. We stuck with a traditional Phu Quoc sauce called Red Boat for its ethics, flavor and uncompromising quality. For some things, we needed to leave the Northwest, but we feel great about supporting these guys.
Roasted Poblano Peppers
Our source in Turlock, CA produces the highest quality herbs and veggies we can find. Supherb chops and freezes them at the peak of ripeness so that we get the full flavor in your meal.
Grown in California, the good folks at Vita Pakt harvest the peels to add a twist to our chowders!
Two companies supply our corn starch: Puratos and Ingredion. Both offer high-quality, nature-based starches.
Our herb source in Turlock, CA produces the highest quality herbs we can find. Supherb chops and freezes them at the peak of ripeness so that we can enjoy it anywhere… anytime!
These leeks were grown at Van Drunen Farms in Illinois.
We use certified organic canola oil which assures us that there are no GMO’s in the product. It is provided by Spectrum Brands – a trusted leader in organic oils.
When we need spices we always head to Oregon Spice Company first. These spices are certified organic and are the highest of quality.
Our Alder Smoked Natural Flavor comes from Some Like it Hott, artisan paprika purveyors in Port Townsend, WA. They grow their own peppers and smoke them in small batches.
This Pacific Sea Salt was harvested and processed by Cargill.
Van Drunen Farms is a large growing operation in Illinois that also specializes in processing ingredients – this batch of garlic, unfortunately, began its journey in China – the global leader in Garlic production.
Organic Black Pepper
The Oregon Spice Company is our official spice rack. Located right here in Portland Oregon – we scooped up some of this black pepper that adds that special touch to this decadent dish.
Sourced by High Quality Organics, this Bay Leaf product is guaranteed to not only be certified organic, but also Fair Trade Certified and GMO-Free.