New England Clam Chowder & Maine Blueberry Scones
The Modern Farmette

Sunday Supper | A New England-Inspired Meal with Modern Farmette

This recipe and photos were provided by Ben and Miranda Gustafson of The Modern Farmette and were originally published at

For this week’s Sunday Supper, the couple behind the gorgeous new seasonal recipe blog, The Modern Farmette, is taking us on an autumn trip to coastal New England. Barrington area photographers Ben and Miranda Gustafson share a passion for cooking with farm-fresh ingredients. No matter what’s on their grocery list, they say shopping at Heinen’s offers an endless source of inspiration.


Every fall we find ourselves dreaming of the East Coast beauty & charm. There’s something very special about autumn in Maine. The mild weather, stunning fall beauty, and smell of a fire burning in the fireplace make us daydream of cooking a family dinner in our quaint Cape Cod cottage.

Food has a way of transporting you to another place – we think it’s beautiful. We believe in bringing family & friends together around the table through healthy, farm cooking favorites. Think of it as healthy comfort food; food you’re familiar with, bursting with new flavors and fresh ingredients.

Since we couldn’t make a trip to Maine this season, we decided to bring a little East Coast to the Midwest. This warm and healthy chowder is a comforting classic, perfect for a cozy, autumn evening with family.

We decided to have a little fun with this chowder recipe and used these cute potatoes. You can use any potato of your choice, though we recommend Yukon gold.

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