cherrystone clam


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Related to cherrystone clam: Hard clam, Northern quahog, Littleneck clams
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Synonyms for cherrystone clam

small quahog larger than a littleneck

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The raw bar also features cherrystone clams, shrimp cocktail and lobster tails.
If I tap on it, the app will drill down deeper to the actual product, maybe cherrystone clams. Based on that information, we'll walk over to the seafood department and see maybe we have way too much shelf space allocated to cherrystone clams.
Although there are iftar favourites from the Arabic kitchen -- kibbeh and the like -- we say go direct for the fresh seafood counter, laden with prawns, smoked fish, mussels and cherrystone clams -- sweet and icy bites of the ocean -- and then move on to the little dishes of antipasti, and the cold meat platter.
Removal of 100% of the cherrystone clams caused only a 25% decline in clam numbers, but a 68% decline in standing stock biomass.
Whiting, Maine-based Bar Harbor Foods has introduced canned whole cherrystone clams. Fully cooked, shelled and ready to serve, the clams can be consumed as is or used in dips or other seafood recipes.
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