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Cherrystone Clams ?

Bear 007Bear 007 Posts: 343
edited August 2011 in EggHead Forum
Anyone have any good recipes for cherrystones? This new forum is different.


  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 8,248
    edited August 2011
    This will work with clams also.  If you like toss in some cooked angel hair pasta and serve.
     Mussels ala Susan Egglaine
    2 lbs    Mussels  
    5   cloves
    Garlic, chopped

      Olive Oil  
    1   Onion,

      Bunch fresh Thyme, chopped  

      Bunch fresh Parsley, chopped  

      White Wine  
    2   Tbls. Butter  
    1 Using wok in egg, sauté chopped garlic in olive oil. Add
    onion, mussels, fresh thyme, and parsley.
    2 Splash with white wine, cover.
    3 Cook until mussels open, add butter, stir.
    4 Serve with grilled garlic
     Recipe Type
    Appetizer, Seafood
     Recipe Source

    Author: Susan Handy (Susan Egglaine)

    Source: Sunshine State Fest '10, Susan Egglaine, 2010/03/13

  • Bear 007Bear 007 Posts: 343
    Thanks WoodMonkey
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 23,014
    edited August 2011
    any recipe you would use for oysters as in pop them open and eat them. if i were to cook them, grill some small chunks chourico type sausage ina pan, remove, add garlic, saute just a little, deglaze pan with white wine, add a can of stewed tomatoes, maybe a 1/4 tsp allspice, add back sausage, simmer down, add clams and cover til open. pour over a big thick slice of french bread and eat
  • guzzijasonguzzijason Posts: 143
    Au natural, with a bit of drawn butter...


  • Bear 007Bear 007 Posts: 343

    That's what I'm thinkin, any idea on temp. The last time I did them like this they opened up upside down and I lost all the juice.
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