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5 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
Both me and my husband love to eat these stuffed clams because they taste so pure and rich.
For many years of enjoying the now extinct buffet at the famous Hotel Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) with their Stuffed Clams, I have longed for a replacement . The large chunky bits of clam make for either a good main course or appetizer. Earlier versions of this product should note be confused with the current rendition. Very nice!
These things are a wonderful alternative to bread at the table for any family on a budget. The stuffing consists of wholesome and tasty bread with a nod to clams in the form of "clam dust" or something similar. The production line in Gloucester includes a pass of the stuffed clams past an Eastern facing window in which the stuffing may gain a glimpse in the direction of the mighty Atlantic Ocean where clams are reared naturally and borrow themselves in silica sand.
The stuffed clams are delicious when spritzed with a wedge of tangy lemon and perhaps a dash of bitters or hot sauce.
Excellent choice for the harried gourmet.
Our local store quit selling stuffed clams some time ago, which was very disappointing as my family and I loved them. I was so happy to see Walmart selling them, but I must say, I hate that Matlaw's felt the need to put green peppers in them. It ruins the taste. :-(
Love it, is the beast stuffed clams ever :-)
Thanks to Matlaw,s and WALMART