Chef John Howie shares his award winning chowder + upcoming events

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by New Day Producers

KING5.com

Posted on November 12, 2012 at 2:27 PM

Updated Monday, Nov 12 at 2:58 PM

Chef John Howie is known for his giving nature and his incredible restaurants, Seastar, John Howie Steak and Sport.  In his world, the time for giving thanks is not just the third Thursday in November, but every day of the year. Chef John prepared his Thai Coconut Curried Crab and Mussel Chowder, which won the Prince Edward Island International Shellfish Chowder Competition in September.

The chowder will be featured at John's upcoming Stone Soup event on Saturday, November 24. Between 11am and 2pm, stop by the plaza outside Seastar restaurant in Seattle to enjoy a cup of chowder served by John, former Seahawk star Craig Terrill and a number of other celebrities. The $10 donation benefits Food Lifeline and is part of John and Craig's Kick Hunger Challenge.

The two team up again in January for Jambalaya Night at SPORT Seattle on Thursday, January 10, also benefiting Food Lifeline as part of Kick Hunger Challenge. Enjoy jambalaya and other New Orleans fare, whle the Craig Terrill Band entertains you.

For more information about these events, as well as the Taste of the NFL exhibition taking place Super Bowl weekend, please click here. All Seahawks fans are encouraged to show their support while helping a very worthy cause.

This Thanksgiving, John and his family will once again host a turkey dinner to hundreds of low income families at Seastar Restaurant in Seattle. Get more information about this event.

If you're looking for a unique holiday gift, or would like to try Chef Howie's recipes at home, check out his cookbook, Passion & Palate. You can also purchase the fabulous steaks prepared at John Howie Steak to take home or ship anywhere in the US. More information here 

Also, congratulations to Seastar Restaurant for winning the Best of Western Washington award for Best Seafood Restaurant.

If you would like to try Chef Howie's recipe, please click here.

 

 

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