Enjoy Learning About & Eating Quahogs
March 25, 2013
If you love quahogs, you can learn about them and then enjoy a meal of them from the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association on Tuesday, March 26 at 5:30 p.m.
To get a feel for harvesting quahogs (also known as littlenecks and cherrystones), check out a New England Boating video on it BY CLICKING HERE.
Quahogs are hard-shelled clams and come in many sizes, each with its own name. Ever eaten a cherrystone on the half shell? That’s a quahog. Enjoyed steamed littlenecks in white wine? That’s a quahog. You get the idea! Now, come learn more about the different methods of harvesting them in the wild from “scratcher” David Likos and “bull-raker” Mike Anderson. Then, enjoy some freshly dug clams prepared by Chef Steve Enos of Finely J.P.s Restaurant and Bar in Wellfleet.
Association members are admitted free; cost to non-members is $10.
You can rsvp to email@example.com or (508-945-2432 x111).
To learn more go to Cape Cod Hook Fishermen’s Association by CLICKING HERE.
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