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Clambake: A Classic New England Gathering

Clambake: A Classic New England Gathering
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by in Jul 2008

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.

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One Response to Clambake: A Classic New England Gathering

  1. Joanne Hunt June 25, 2008 at 12:11 pm #

    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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