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Calamari tubes are stuffed with Sea Watch Seafood Stuffing Bites and cooked until fork tender. Great served by itself or over rice or pasta.
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Simply the Best New England Clam Chowder uses hand shucked clams, which features its great piece identity and robust juice flavor.
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This Asian inspired entree is full of flavor, just saute clams and vegetables and then serve them on top of rice in a radicchio cup. Can you say flavor, protein, and healthy too?
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We like to call this soup a Mediterranean diet in a bowl: olive oil, tomatoes, onions, olives, escarole and clams. It doesn’t get much better than this!
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Simply the Best New England Clam Chowder uses Gourmet Chopped Sea Clams, which features its great piece identity and robust juice flavor. True chowder traditionalists prefer thin brothy milk chowder served with crackers to allow the patrons to make it as thick or thin as they like.
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Tomato based clam chowder became popular in the mid-1800’s with the large population of Italians in NY and the Portuguese immigrants in Rhode Island. Just combine tomatoes, onions, peppers, celery and a little bacon to make this refreshingly different chowder.
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You have heard of New England Clam Chowder, Manhattan clam chowder and now it is time to try Hatteras Clam Chowder. This classic chowder is easy to prepare with fresh potatoes, celery, onions, carrots and thyme all cooked in clam juice. Then just add the chopped clams for this lighter version of a traditional favorite.
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In sauce pot combine clam juice and chili paste and simmer. Add raw seafood simmer until cooked through. Add soy sauce and sesame oil stir to combine. Portion 8 oz of soup into 6 bowls and add cooked seafood in each. Garnish with the sliced onions before serving.