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What is the Price of Geoduck?

What is the Price of Geoduck?

The geoduck clam have been making their claim to fame in the United States recently––and they physically originate from the Northeast where they are caught and harvested, so why are restaurants and chefs all of a sudden now on a geoduck frenzy? These crazy clams are gaining in popularity, and it isn’t just Asia buying into them. Geoduck recipes are popping up on food connoisseurs’ blogs, on restaurant menus, and they are becoming more well-known to the general population through social media and other outlets.   The geoduck craze isn’t new in certain parts of the world, but it is becoming...

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What is the World’s Largest Crab?

What is the World’s Largest Crab?

Crabs are decapod crustaceans, and there are more than 6,000 species of them crawling and swimming around on this earth. Some crabs thrive in the ocean, some in freshwater, and others on land. There are teeny tiny crabs that are oh so cute that you barely even notice them, along with gigantic ones that are bigger than an adult human. Yes––this is true.  If you frequent the beach, no matter which one, you are bound to see some sort of crab species. They are tenacious, resilient, and interesting. And...they are delicious to eat.  The most popular crab species that the...

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Creamy Geoduck Clam Chowder Recipe

Creamy Geoduck Clam Chowder Recipe

Image Credit / The Cooking Channel / Recipe courtesy of Walrus & Carpente If you’re looking for something unique to feed your family this fall or want to wow guests at a gathering, this delicious and creamy geoduck clam chowder is the best recipe to whip up. This is a super simple meal to make and it will leave everyone who eats it warm and satisfied. The first step you need to take is to buy geoduck clams, and Fathom Seafood offers fresh and live Pacific geoduck clams that can be shipped to your doorstep within 24 hours. Check out...

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Comparing Geoduck and the Horse Clam

Comparing Geoduck and the Horse Clam

When people think about clams, they typically visualize the type of softshell, white(ish) clam that is steamed and added to soups and chowders––the ones that sort of look like they are smiling when their shell opens up a bit. This, however, is not the only type of clam out there. A clam is a type of bivalve mollusk and is in the same grouping as oysters, mussels, and scallops. According to Britannica, More than 15,000 living species of bivalves are known, of which about 500 live in fresh water; the others occur in all seas. That’s a lot of clams!...

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