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An Uncle Run Clam Bake Spells Disaster..

March 9th, 2009

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Clam Bake
Marthas Vinyard
Mission: Join Ben as he puts up with his uncle Johns ego driven clam bake…not only does Uncle John think he has all the tricks when it comes to a NE clam bake…

DESCRIPTION:
Join Ben as he puts up with his uncle Johns ego driven clam bake…not only does Uncle John think he has all the tricks when it comes to a NE clam bake… he also
thinks he has all the tricks to surfing MV most private beaches. Ben has to hand it to Uncle John…his obsessive style of steaming with barried hot rocks and seaweed turns out some damb good lobster…And the tarp trick timing makes some mean
steamer clams…But truth be told…Uncle John cant surf like he used to…and it appears he doesn’t have the same pull, getting us onto exclusive MV Private beaches as he did back in the day either. Watch as Ben and his two cousins put up with johns teachings both in the water and later at the family beach clam bake.

RECIPE:
20 small (1 pound) lobsters
20 pounds clams in shell, scrubbed
10 pounds mussels, cleaned and debearded
10 pounds cod
20 white potatoes
20 sweet potatoes
20 ears fresh corn
5 pounds bratwurst
5 pounds hot dogs
5 pounds pork sausage
3 pounds sweet onions

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. At the beach dig a hole in the sand with the approximate proportions: width = 2 feet, length = 4 feet, depth = 1-1/2 feet. Line the hole with stones from the beach. Build a fire inside of the hole and cover with rocks from the beach. Heat the stones for 2 to 3 hours.
2. Remove coals and/or embers from the hole. Arrange hot stones evenly across the bottom of the hole. Place fresh 1/2 bushel seaweed (wet) on top of the hot stones.
3. Working quickly layer the food on top of the seaweed, the food should be layered evenly on top of each other in the following order: clams, mussels, fish, sausage, hotdogs (wrapped in cheesecloth), onions, potatoes (white and sweet), corn, and finally lobsters.
4. Cover food with a clean, wet cloth. Place remaining seaweed on top of cloth.
5. Cover entire hole of food with a wet tarpaulin, sealing the steam created by the hot stones and seaweed in. Allow a very small amount of steam to escape to relieve pressure. Let bake cook for 1 or more hours. The bake is completed when the potatoes are soft. Serve bake with melted butter to dip the seafood in and lobster crackers. Don’t forget napkins — you’ll need ‘em!
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Original recipe yield: 30 servings.
Prep Time: 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Cook Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Ready In: 5 Hours
Servings: 30 (change)

2 Responses to “An Uncle Run Clam Bake Spells Disaster..”

  1. grbis Says:

    Hair talk

  2. Hentai tran Says:

    But why you think that all so?

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