Salting for razor clams
(June 6, 2013)

Until about a decade ago, there weren’t many local shellfishermen bringing razor clams to market. They’re hard to harvest with a rake—the shells are paper-thin and break easily, and they’re fast—they can easily out-dig a clammer’s hand. But then a method called salting came over from Ireland. On this week’s Local Food Report, Elspeth Hay learns about salting and the razor clam market from Ron Brunelle of Eastham.

Read more on Elspeth’s blog, Diary of a Locavore.IMG_9062

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