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Quahogs

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Quahogs
 
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The best on the USA right in Rhode Island. All sizes avail.
In coastal areas of New England, restaurants known as raw bars specialize in serving littlenecks and topnecks raw on an opened half-shell, usually with a cocktail sauce with horseradish, and often with lemon. Sometimes, littlenecks are steamed and dipped in butter, though not as commonly as their soft-shell clam cousin, the "steamer." Littlenecks are often found in-the-shell in sauces, soups, stews, "clams casino" or substituted for European varieties such as the cockle in southern European seafood dishes. The largest clams, quahogs or chowders and cherrystones (with the toughest meat), are used in such dishes as clam chowder and stuffed clams or are minced and mixed into dishes that use the smaller, more tender clams.

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INTHI GROUP LLC is an exporter of United States Crab products.    We have exported products to many other countries, such as North America South America Eastern Europe Southeast Asia Africa Oceania Mid East Eastern Asia Western Europe. We are especially strict with quality and after-sales service, take Win-Win policy as our highest target, and do our up most to provide products with best.    We hereby sincerely invite you and your company representatives to visit our booth!
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INTHI GROUP LLC
Mr. Khamtanh Inthirath
198 Tremont St. STE 175
1-617-5955452
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