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CLAMS at home?


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CLAMS at home?

jackattack | Aug 4, 2006 06:32 PM

We don't usually see Clams around Southern California but for some reason, this week the supermarket has them on special. Cherrystone Clams for $1.99 lb, Little Neck Clams $2.99, Manila Steamers for $4.99..........

I guess if I want "Steamed Clams" I need to spring for the expensive "Manila Steamers"? If so, what can I do with the cheaper Cherrystone Clams, are those for chowder or dips or something?

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