Firehouse Clam Bake New England Style Recipe
A traditional New England clam bake that will feed a small army! You will have to plan ahead for this one. Lobsters, clams, mussels, potatoes, fish, corn, hot dogs, sausage, and onions all baked/steamed together in layers, in a hole you dig on the beach. Serve with lots of melted butter and bread for sopping up all the delicious juices.
So simple, but so good - steamed clams served in their own liquor. Serve with a crusty Italian bread, or over pasta.
You don't need to dig a pit in the sand for this New England summer dinner with potatoes, lobster, clams, and fresh corn.
Discover three different ways to get all the flavors of a New England clambake: fire pit, stovetop, or stovetop/grill combo. Plus party tips!
This is the most fun you can have with your seafood. This recipe is a general guide: you decide what seafood to add. Serve with a nice white wine, turn on some music and have fun. Great outdoor meal.
Baked, stuffed clams - the best you have ever eaten!
A little different twist on an old favorite...cheese makes the difference! Substitute half and half cream for a richer chowder.
This recipe delivers a bowl full of clams, ham, and potatoes in a creamy soup for the kind of soul food experience you otherwise would have to travel to New England to experience.
Pan-fried razor clams in a crunchy crust make a tasty shellfish appetizer when breaded with coarse Japanese panko bread crumbs. Allow enough additional time before cooking to freeze breaded clams so the coating sticks well.