Click to view the photos of the Day family clambake on Prudence Island in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay, and be sure to read the Yankee article about their long-standing summer seafood feast.
You’ll also find a link to Yankee‘s tips (and a recipe) for a fabulous clambake of your own.
In this issue: Summer Off the Beaten Path
I was disappointed when I read the article and saw the author used the term “chorizo” to discribe the sausage used in a clambake. I’mm from Fall River, MA and the sausage is chourice which is Portuguese and nothing like the dried cured Spanish version called chorizo.
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