Almejas Botin (Clam Booty)

Almejas Botin translates to Clams Booty or Plunder. It sounds more appealing to use the Spanish name for this recipe. Almejas Botin is a recipe said to have originated in the Spainish restaurant Sobrino de Botin, located just outside of Madrid … Continue reading

Cape Cod Seafood Stew

Food historians found that in the late 19th century, French settlers immigrating to Canada, brought with them a recipe for Fish Stew.   As the years went on a variety of seafood were added to the original fish stew. Mussels, scallops, … Continue reading

Spaghetti with Clams and Red Sauce

It has been said that in the 1960′s when Frank Sinatra visited the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port or entertained Mia Farrow in the 1970′s on Martha’s Vineyard, his favorite meal was spaghetti and littleneck clams with fresh tomato sauce. … Continue reading