Took a nice little trip down to visit some friends who live in Chatham, MA... on Cape Cod. Had some super fresh oysters from Wellfleet along with some lobsters, mussels, and we went digging for clams too.
Got these in a short period of time:
We ate the small littlenecks raw and steamed, and I decided to make some stuffed clams from some of the bigger ones. Sauteed some onion, yellow bell pepper, bacon, celery, and garlic in butter. Added some fresh thyme, parsley, red pepper flakes, white wine, and bread crumbs from day old french bread. Steamed the clams, chopped the meat, and added some of the clam broth to the stuffing mixture.
I set up the Egg for indirect at about 400° dome temp, waited for a good fire, threw on just a few wood chips, and added the clams.
I don't really know how long they were on.....did have two beers while they were cooking though.
The wife made up a simple fish stew with lobster stock, some mussels, fresh cod, and we threw in a lobster too. All in all, and good meal.