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BS: I Love Clams

Beer 06 Jan 13 - 01:13 PM
Ed T 06 Jan 13 - 01:15 PM
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Subject: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 01:13 PM

Raw first, then steamed followed by clam chowder and last fried. Be it deep fried or thrown in an omelet.

But have you ever heard of a "Gooey Duck?"
I just got off Skype with my brother in law in B.C. and was teasing him because I was eating a bowl of clam chowder(he just recently located there from Nova Scotia. He informed me that there is a specie of clam located there by the name of Gooey Duck. Some of you may have heard or even tasted these. Have a look at this video. I had never heard of them.
Adrien

http://youtu.be/iZhQLoYIbJ4


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 01:15 PM

Yes, they are big, and I'd expect a mouthful.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: GUEST,999
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 01:16 PM

I've seen them in real life but never had the opportunity to one.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 01:55 PM

I googled "Gooey Duck" then went to image. Oh My!! Wonder if they taste like clams.
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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: GUEST,999
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:08 PM

I've seen them in real life but never had the opportunity to one.

Jaysus, I gotta stop typing when I drink beer. I meant to say the aforesaid but there was an 'eat' in there.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:12 PM

Gooey Duck photo

"I've seen them in real life but never had the opportunity to one."

Please insert the missing word or phase. The funnier the better.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:13 PM

I dunno... be pretty hard to beat a chowder made with Quauhogs (local spelling; var. Cohog, from the uneducated Irish dic.) from Shediac Bay. The taste is in the parasite. Posted about it in previous threads. Tastiest clam I ever ate was from Fredericton, NB, locally known as a land clam, more commonly known as a bearded clam.

No, don't chastise me... it's a waste of your time. I really don't care.

If ya wanna do the clam's mating call, make fists and place them over and under your elbows in front of your face. Separate your arms vertically to reveal your face and say, "Wanna fuck?"

Yes, that is a childish joke. I thought I told you... don't chastise me... it's a waste of your time. I really don't care.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:17 PM

word or phrase

Obviously typos are not unheard of here.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:20 PM

Mussels are my favorite bivalve. Scallops are good too. I like clam chowder, but what is not to like about something which is mostly hot cream?


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Bill D
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:30 PM

Properly spelled "Geoduck"

and there's a song..Geoduck song


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Bobert
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:31 PM

Somewhat related Bobert story to follow:

Back when I was 17 and 18 I spent my summers on Long Beach Island, NJ, which Hurricane Sandy recently decimated... Anyway, the way that all of us kids made money was clamming, Every day 4 of us would get into Bobby Gray's 16 foot boat and head out into Barneget Bay where we would spend 2 to 3 hours (low tide) digging and "jumping" the clams up our legs, into our right hand and into a bushel basket sitting in the middle of an inner tube... In a good hour you could collect 500-600 clams... Every evening Mr. Cotrell's refrigeration truck would pull up to the beach house and collect the day's harvest of clams and pay us for the previous day's haul... They paid 1.6 cents per clam which was really good money for the 60's if you had a really good day of 1700-1800 clams...

BTW, every kid who has ever clammed knows all about "clamming boots" which were made of old inner tube and sewn up to go over your feet to protect them from being cut...


BTW, Part B... Ya' had to have a license to clam and on occasion the bay-cops would check you out and make sure you weren't taking any clams that were too small... Ya' see, the cherry-stones, which are smaller than a 50 cent piece, were illegal to harvest... But the weeklies (folks who just came to the beach for a week which was just about everyone except a few of us) would pay good money for cherry stones so all the sneaker clammers had a little onion sack tied under their baskets that couldn't be seen by the bay-cops... Of course,k I never did that (wink, wink)...

There ya'll have it... Another Bobert story comes to a close...

B


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Bill D
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:32 PM

Oh... and the guy on "Dirty Jobs" tv programs had a whole program on them....lots of bending over!


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:37 PM

EVERYONE knew what both of you meant. Even me and beer and watching football at the same time are involved. No need to apologize or correct or point... shit happens not only with beer but with every day that passes... get used to it.

JtS... fried mussels! Better than fried clams but dangerous as hell. Oh, the chances of typos are low but one bad mussel can make you "typo" so bad you can't remember ten seconds ago. I stopped eating them after I read too many stories about problems with them... maybe it was a mollusk war but I just don't care to take the chance. The ale does enough damage.

CREAM? Huh? I use water in my chowder and enough skim milk to make it look like chowder. After that, I let the seafood and onions bring out the flavour. Now, I have a secret about my recipe... I tell everyone I use margerine... hahahahahaa!

Scallops... I get Bay of Fundy Scallop "pieces" for $6.99/#. Buddy! What a treat! I fry em in marg with a touch of canola oil to raise the pan heat. That's it... nothing else. Just tender and THEN they either go into a chowder or whatever or I eat them as finger food... on a cracker or on my tongue.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:42 PM

JtS.
Is it male or female?

Never heard of clamming license when clammed. Now tflatstts are closed and you need a license as well.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 02:59 PM

Razor clams are great,. Raw, or flash fried in butter.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: GUEST,999
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:03 PM

Shee-it. I thought the thread title was "RE: BS: I Love Calms", Fawk! Sorry.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:10 PM

I was going to title the thread "For Aphrodisiacs".
ad.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Bill D
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:16 PM

HARRY HERMAN
by John Bailey (maybe Sam Hinton, who recorded it)

Harry Herman he was short and fat
But the best clam digger out of Poppum Flat.
And he always said with a touch of pride
He could dig six barrels on a ten foot tide.

Mary Muggins she was tall and thin
And she promised ol' Harry she would marry him,
But she kept delayin' when she'd be his bride
'Cuz they looked so simple settin' side by side.

Harry Herman says "No I won't wait,
Quit your foolin' and set the date,
If we keep delayin' we could both be dead,
And I know another woman up in Parker Head."

Mary Muggins got into a stew
She really didn't know just what to do
But at last she said "I'll be your bride
When you've dug six barrels on a ten foot tide."

Harry Herman, when the moon was full
Give his hoe a polish and his boots a pull,
He took his skiff and was waintin' around
Right on the spot when the tide went down.

Harry Herman he begin to dig
When the holes was thickest and the clams was big
And when the tide had reached its low,
He'd filled three barrels and had three to go.

Harry Herman, when the tide was slack
Had two sore arms and an achin' back
He kept on diggin' away like sin
Because he had to get the clams before the tide come in.

Harry Herman when the tide returned
He was seein' visions and his windpipe burned
When the tide got up to where he stood
He'd filled five barrels and filled them good.

Mary Muggins she began to shout
"You can't dig clams and the tide ain't out!"
"Quit your chowderin' and I ain't through yet
I've dug them dry and I can dig them wet!"

Mary Muggings said, "Come in please,
The tide is risin' up around your knees!"
"Well let'er rise around my neck
I want them clams and I'm short one peck!"

Mary Muggins she screamed, "Come in
The tide is risin' up around your chin!"
"You may not see me again alive
But I'll get them clams if I have to die!"

Mary Muggins was about to pop
Says, "I'll marry you now if you'll only stop!"
But the only answer from down below
Was a little stream of bubbles that told her no.

Poor Harry at the next low tide was found
Still standin' in the spot right where he drowned
His hoe was tight in both of his hands
And the pockets of his overalls was full of clams.

Now when the moon is full and the tide is low
You can still see Harry and his ghostly hoev He never will stop even though he died,
"Til he's dug six barrels on a ten foot tide.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:27 PM

Gnu, I like the idea of skim milk clam chowder. I have a couple of cans of clams. You have a recipe?


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:39 PM

That was fun Bill. Thanks for the video and Harry herman.

I had a nice tasty clam chowder at a friends house one evening. She topped it off with dumplings. man was it good.
ad.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:42 PM

My favourite typo
In case of an emergency, remain clam.


Like gnu says, mussels tend to accumulate fecal coliform (aka the bad microbes in sewage) and bad toxins (PSP, aka red tide, is one of them - and is at higher levels in the warmer summer months) faster than most clams. Fortunately most mussels you buy in the store are cultured (aquacultured) and tested. Some of the local clams you buy (as they are all mostly dug from the wild) are likely not tested for toxins or fecals, and could be from a questionable source. Some higher scale clam merchants depurate the wild clams before marketing, making them safe (placing them in tanks of high quality water for at least 36 hours to purge contaminants from them).

PSP


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:55 PM

There are folks I know that insidt on using canned milk in clam chowder. Whatdoya think of that, Cpt Jack?


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 03:57 PM

"In case of an emergency, remain clam."   lol

This is what I got when I clicked you link. Did you mean "PNF"? ;-D

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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 04:05 PM

Ed... them people what got messed up ate the cultured mussels which have a MUCH higher incidence or Red Tide (unless ya don't know squat about pickin mussels) because the farming technique stems the required flushing in slow moving waters. The mussels I eat are the mussels I harvest... NONE cultured, never again. Tested? Well, people die from "tested" foods every day so, no thanks.

JtS... just make a chowder with water and use skim milk to turn it white (or to taste... ie, mess with it). I fry my scallops and add the scallops and lobster AFTER the chowder has cooled and is about to go in the fridge. If ya don't, they lose their flavour. The only "recipe" thing is... onions... yellow onions... they MAKE a chowder. No onions BREAKS a chowder... fer me.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 04:05 PM

Mum use to put in a can of Carnation milk. Maybe it was 1/2 a can. Can't remember.
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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 04:19 PM

""Well, people die from "tested" foods every day so, no thanks"".


I don't recall any recent deaths or illness from local cultured mussels, as good testing techniques were initiated quite some time ago. Earlier illness, way back, was from an invasive microbe they did not know lived in the area. The testing is very good, as some marine toxins kill you fast or damage you badly.

PSP illness is normally from wild harvested marine molluscs, and can clearly and rapidly kill you. You may think your local area is safe, but the psp range is expanding each year, and there is no possible way you to know unless the waters are tested in a lab. Those are the facts, choose to heed them or not.

As for fecal coliform, if you are away from houses and cottages, and farm run off, the molluscs are likely safe.But, contaminated ones normaly only give you a pain in the gut and the shits.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 04:42 PM

Well, Ed... I read about cases of PEI cultured mussels causing short term memory loss and deaths years ago and that's when I stopped eating them. I can't be arsed to look any of it up. Eat up and enjoy. I am havin a boiled ham dinner tonight. AND, the mussels I pick in front of Me Mere's old cottage in the good months have never hurt anyone I know about. Whatever.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:13 PM

Yes, gnu, that is the microtoxin that I indicated earlier, and it was quite a few years ago, and not PSP and involved oysters. Sales of all marine mulluscs was halted (it was Christmas time) until they found the cause.

It involved a previously unknown microtoxin, that was never before found in Atlantic Canadian waters - no one knew it was present before thisn time. It could just as easily have been in the wild mussels, or clams anyone ate.

Since that time, the testing program for cultured mussels and oysters includes testing for many micro toxins (not just PSP) and has been much improved. I have much more confidence in those tests, that are not as rigid on local wild marine molluscs -some areas have no or few tests.


I have much more confidence in testing on cultured mussels and oysters than I have for commercial beef or chicken testing.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:23 PM

Here is a tip with wild clams.

If the wild clams cross a provincial boundary, they must be inspected by a federal agency/lab. If they are sold inside a province, they are only required to meet provincial inspection standards. The feds are (or have been) much better equipped to inspect these critters. So, I would prefer to roll the dice with those that may have been "federally inspected. If Canadian products go into the USA, they must be federally inspected to a standard acdepted by the USA (which, in the past, was lower than Canadian federal inspection standards- I am not sure if that has recently changed).


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: bobad
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:33 PM

Cut red meat intake and don't eat ham, say cancer researchers


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:34 PM

"and involved oysters" Yeah, whatever. In a SEPARATE problem, apparently, mussels were the problem. I stopped eating them. I never ate oysters... my memory ain't THAT bad... yet. Thanks to stopping mussel consumption. >;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:37 PM

Has not eating oysters helped your sex life gnu?)
(I mean with a partner)
LOL


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:40 PM

What happens between anyone and a Kleneex (or a playboty mag) is no business of anyone else on Mudcat!!!


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: GUEST,999
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:45 PM

No comment. The fuckin' Canadians are just plain different.

There was a blind hooker busted yesterday in Calgary. Ya gotta hand it to her!


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 05:54 PM

hahaha!!! that was good Ed.

There is one thing that is certain. You wouldn't be able to slurp one of these Gooeyduck down like a clam or oyster. I'd be curious to know if they taste anything close to a clam.
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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Joe_F
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 06:23 PM

Why doesn't the song say? That fellow was surrounded by acres of them; he must have known.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Janie
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 09:23 PM

Clam chowder is the only way I imbibe clams, but I must say I love good clam chowder, be it cream/milk or tomato-based.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: gnu
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 09:40 PM

"tomato-based"

You CANNOT be serious! Oh deahhh me. That is just WRONG!

ED! How dare you bring my dear Puff (with moisturizer, of course) into this. And BTW, if you need only "a Kleneex"??? one flimsy Kleenex??? you ain't got a grip.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 09:51 PM

I guess you never tried it eh Gnu? Tomato based is excellent with clams. Thanks Jane for mentioning it. I had forgotten.
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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 09:55 PM

I tries tomato with clams-don't like it.
Clanms dipped in vinegar are nice, though.

Has anyone eaten raw softshelled clams. They make you cough.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:04 PM

What clams are you talking about Ed as being good? Soft shell are my favorite.
ad.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:23 PM

Yes, Beer, the east coast soft shelled.
I am not sure if there are other varieties called soft shelled in the world-but will check it out.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: dick greenhaus
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:27 PM

Beer-
If you've ever partaken of Howard Johnson's fried clams---they're geoducks.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:32 PM

Yes the East coast soft shell can get you to cough, at first, but they are some good. Washed down with a case of Schooners, Keiths, Olands, Ten Penny, Moosehead,or even malt beer.
ad.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Janie
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:41 PM

I believe the tomato based variety of clam chowder is commonly called "Manhattan Style" clam chowder, at least in the USA. The broth strikes me as very similar to the broths used in Mediterranean fish stews and soups - perhaps not quite as highly seasoned.


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Ed T
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 10:43 PM

Not sure if ten penny is around any more Beer?


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Jack the Sailor
Date: 06 Jan 13 - 11:23 PM

I had clam chowder for supper. Excellent!


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: number 6
Date: 07 Jan 13 - 12:20 AM

The best clams ( and I love clams) that I ever had was in Harwich Point Cape Cod ... wish I could remember the name of the place.

biLL


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 07 Jan 13 - 04:37 AM

Looks like a lot of UK folks, don't reralise we have clams over here too ;)


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Subject: RE: BS: I Love Clams
From: Beer
Date: 07 Jan 13 - 08:00 AM

Howard Johnson's uses Gooey-duck? I didn't know that Dick. I have heard that Howard Johnson's makes a good chowder but have never had the opportunity to taste it.
You could be right about 10 Penny Ed. No great loss. Never cared for beer greater that 5% alcohol. Ten penny was around 8% I think.
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