Which type of clam chowder?

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Old 03-19-2013, 02:10 PM
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I like both, love the New England Best, but while we are on the subject of New England (and sorry to hijack this thread) has anyone beside ME ever had fried belly clams (Ipswich)? I do adore them and no one where I live now knows what the heck I am talking about. I swear I am not making this up. Someone tell me you love them also. Worth the fat and calories of fried food if you ask me.
Back in the 60's in Miami, we used to go to the New England Oyster House and order a bucket of Ipswich clams steamed.
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I will have to try Mattakeese Wharf this summer.
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We've been told by friends that the CLAM BOX is the very best place to go.
It's right before you enter on to the Cape itself, right???
No, it's in Ipswich, which is up near Gloucester and Rockport.
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Back in the 60's in Miami, we used to go to the New England Oyster House and order a bucket of Ipswich clams steamed.
Would that be the one on US1 in Perrine or The Gables?
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Would that be the one on US1 in Perrine or The Gables?
Gables.
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Long Island chowder- a combination of both. Yum!
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I thought I was the only one who knew about Long Island Clam Chowder, love it.
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No, it's in Ipswich, which is up near Gloucester and Rockport.
Gloucester and Rockport are not far from Salem, correct?
Nice scenic ride, if I recall.

We loved Salem for a long weekend. Especially nice to go in October.
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Gloucester and Rockport are not far from Salem, correct?
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Correct.
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Do you happen to have the recipe that you would like to share?
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Check out this video of Tony's chowder on Cedar Key. 3 times world champion clam chowder.



Tony's Famous Cedar Key Clam Chowder
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