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6 responses to “Linguini with White Clam Sauce”

  1. Peggy

    This dish looks absolutely stunning, and a perfect way for me to break in our new pasta machine =)

  2. Oron

    I gave Kirk top secret clearance to show you that money hole!
    I rave about your blog and couldn’t think of anyone more worthy!

    I leave the horsenecks behind, though in that location you can often just grab the neck before they hide and pull out the shell with minimal digging!

    p.s. The clams make amazing clam pies. Especially if you add some morels. Or wild bacon. Or boar sausage… Right up our alley!
    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/04/20/dining/201crex.html?_r=0

    Hope to see you out in the field one day! Either tidal or forested!

    Keep up the great work,
    Oron

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  4. Tino B

    http://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/NR13-009.aspx
    Ever worried about PSP?
    Mussels are the big no no, but clams like little necks can supposedly be affected as well.
    I have never worried about the horse necks because I don’t eat any of the dark or digestive track meat.
    But with little necks I eat the entire clam once cleaned of sand and gravel.
    I know the recommended time to avoid any issues is to take them in the winter months, but there are few daytime low tides during that time.
    Never heard of many PSP poisonings due to clams but wanted to get your take on the subject.
    Love the recipe Hank,
    Tino

  5. GiGi Eats Celebrities

    My father makes the MOST AMAZING clam sauce, with shallots, garlic, white wine, parsley, olive oil and sometimes throws in some oysters and/or scallops!

    We also really LOVE pouring this mixture over salmon and bake it! 🙂

  6. Andrew R.

    Made this last night with a mix of a few large cockles a few butter clams and a couple of horse clams from the Puget Sound (first time digging clams). I cleaned them all well first, reserving the juice. It was amazing! So much better than when I’ve made it with canned clams with other recipes. Hooked on clamming. I’ll have to try your chowder recipe next. Thanks for having these recipes available.

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