Clams: How to Find, Catch, and Cook Them

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Stackpole Books, Nov 20, 2001 - Cooking - 68 pages
  • Expert advice on how to bring home a bounty
  • Types of clams described and which make the best eating
  • Natural history details that are a help to any clammer

This practical, illustrated how-to book describes the best ways to clam, including where to find the creatures, what equipment to use, and how to collect and cook them -- with dozens of tasty clam recipes included. The author, a veteran clammer along Virginia's clam-rich Eastern Shore, also examines the natural history of clams and answers frequently asked questions about them.

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About the author (2001)

Curtis Badger is a freelance writer and photographer. He lives on the South Branch of the Onancock Creek in Virginia.

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