Chef Tim Says....
There are two basic varieties of clams – Hard Shell Clams and Soft Shell. There are several sub-varieties based primarily on where they grow as well as on the size of the clam (clams are measured by the diameter of their shell).
The neck is the siphon through which clams collect nutrients and soft shell clams have a longer neck than their hard shell cousins. Because of this, the shell of soft shell clams can’t close completely. Soft shell clams found in the Atlantic include the ubiquitous steamer. Clams
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