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Oyster Bisque

A deliciously velvety soup that is equally good hot or cold. If you serve it chilled, gamish with choped chives instead of parsley. Eithe...

by James Beard


Eye-Popping Oysters

We’ve seen these peppery oysters bring jubilation to the most jaded of palates. Crack the peppercorns with a mortar and pestle or use coa...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


Barter Creek Clam Chowder

Half the fun of putting together a clam chowder is digging the clams. We are lucky to have several flats for clam digging on the island, ...

by Linda Greenlaw and Martha Greenlaw


Linguine with Tomato Clam Sauce

Versions of this popular classic shellfish dish of thin linguine and clams are cooked all along the Italian Mediterranean and Adriatic co...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Clam Broth

1. Using a kitchen scrub pad (such as a Dobie pad), vigorously wash the clams under cold running water. Place in a large bowl of cold w...

by Jim Botsacos and Judith Choate


Fried Clam Sandwiches

I just love fried clams. Let me back up here—I actually love anything fried, but you can’t always justify it from the mess and caloric po...

by Sara Moulton


Catalan Fish Stew

Toasted almonds give an unusual and very compatible nutty flavor to this fish stew. It is one of my favorites.

by Penelope Casas


Five-Minute Clam Stew

This homey recipe is the invention of the late gastronome Roy Andries de Groot, who claimed to serve it several times a month. And why n...

by Fran McCullough


Steamed Chicken Custard Soup

“This was a standard in our family,” say Gene Young, a true mensch and an adept editor. Her mother, Mrs. Juliana Koo, who is 89 as I writ...

by Mimi Sheraton


Clams Casino

Like Caesar Salad, Clams Casino is usually believed to be a classic Italian dish simply because of its Italianate name. In fact, the reci...

by John Mariani


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