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556 million contract will be for re-routing an existing sewer line that runs through Cherrystone and replace it with about 4,800 to 5,000 feet of new, larger line that will extend around the neighborhood's perimeter, said city Wastewater Engineer Daniel Price.
Cherrystone, headed by managing director Paul Priestley, bought the pounds 3 million turnover company for an undisclosed sum from shareholders Adrian Pulleyn, of Pulleyn Transport in Reading, and founder Henk Buzink.
During the 1940's and 1950's, each bull raker was harvesting 8-10 bu of cherrystone and chowder quahogs a day in New Jersey beds.
The most profitable specie being grown in Northampton's aquaculture farms is the famous Cherrystone Clam, which has grown from less than a $1 million dollar industry in 1990 to more than $20 million in 2001.
Another of the chef's rarities here, according to host Jun Maruyama, is cherrystone clam sushi at $4 per piece.
The round was led by existing investor Cherrystone Angels and new investor Golden Seeds.
All hell broke loose,'' said Joe Colony, who has been coming to Cherrystone Family Camping & RV Resort campground along the Chesapeake Bay for 30 years.
Cherrystone clams sold individually, by the dozen and by the pound
The most popular and versatile size is the littleneck, sometimes called cherrystone, which is by far the best choice for eating raw, or for use in whole-clam recipes.
Whiting, Maine-based Bar Harbor Foods has introduced canned whole cherrystone clams.
1 tablespoon olive oil 1/2 shallot, peeled and thinly sliced 1/2 head escarole, green part only, roughly chopped 6 cherrystone clams 4 bluefoot mushrooms, halved lengthwise 2 tablespoons fish stock Salt and pepper to taste
The shape of the quahog does resemble the pit or stone of a cherry, but Glancy (1943) believed the name "cherrystone" may have originated from the fact that Cherrystone, Va.