Dinnertime in New England where you ‘stand by your clam.’ 🙂
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I’m drooling’ ovah heah!
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It was delicious, and as many times as I’ve been there, I’d never seen that sign before. 🙂
OMG — I came back here thinking, “What sign?” I love it!! I KNEW he was still alive!!
That’s very cool, Judy. I love clams. Any way, in or with anything. Those plates look really good.
We New Englanders do love our fresh seafood don’t we, and Bob’s Clam Hut sure knows how to prepare it 🙂
Yummmmm. Looks delicious!!!!
As good as Petey’s today. 🙂
LOL, great pun. And I truly love fried clam sandwiches. haven’t had one in ages–not something you find in SC!
It’s always interesting how different parts of the country have specialties, and in New England it is definitely fresh seafood.. 🙂
That just looks delicious! And being so fresh – it must taste divine!
It was wonderful. You would have laughed if you saw the dining area full with three folks cleaning tables, three parking attendants,, and people sitting at picnic tables outside with their coats on. We had to sit on the side where the building cut the wind. But, it was worth it. 🙂
“Stand by your clam?” Ha, ha. I do love seafood but my favorite Maine food is lobstah. Mmmmmmm!
Love it! Hope there was a nice beer to go with those clams!! 🙂
If only. Water with lemon though. 🙂
I am drooling!!!!!!!!!!! You had a fabulous dinner!
I love that fisherman Elvis – lol!
That looks so good!
Fried food does taste soo good.
Tasty, Judy! Are these calamari rings?
Good question, but they were very delicious onion rings. 🙂
Fried clams…the best!! So worth indulging, and you can’t find better than New England!!! I don’t see a tall glass of beer, however????
You are right and that loss is always duly noted. 🙂
Does this ever look delicious!! Here I am eating cornbread for breakfast and craving clams and onion rings ! 🙂
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Come on up – dinner is on me. 🙂
Looks like my kind of dinner, Judy. 🙂
Those clams look yummy and I would definitely take a side of those onion rings! YUM!
Oh, my mouth is watering!
Yes, to clams, clam rolls and crabcakes. Yummy!
I know there are plenty of places to eat clams but my top three would be in Rockport, Gloucester and Ipswich, Judy.
For years, we liked Howard Johnson’s and Friendly’s since we were stuck in Ohio between visits to our relatives in Massachusetts!
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