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@rotuts -  I remember Almaden wine being in the house when I was a kid in New England. Ipswich clams are A+ but last year we took a trip to Apalachicola and had really good clams there. They are small, not like New England clams but tasty none the less. Have not been there recently as it is near the Panhandle quite far from where I live but I heard the area was devastated by recent storms. Which is a shame because it's a really nice historical fishing village - these have become far and few between as developers purchase waterfront property and turn it into high-priced vacation homes for the wealthy. 

kbjesq

kbjesq

@rotuts -  I remember Almaden wine being in the house when I was a kid in New England. Ipswich clams are A+ but last year we took a trip to Apalachicola and had really good clams there. They are small, not like England clams but tasty none the less. Have not been there recently as it is near the Panhandle quite far from where I live but I heard the area was devastated by recent storms. Which is a shame because it's a really nice historical fishing village - these have become far and few between as developers purchase waterfront property and turn it into high-priced vacation homes for the wealthy. 

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