Weekends With Yankee

Only In New England

Season 5, Episode 4 of 13

In this episode of Weekends with Yankee, Co-host Amy Traverso visits Essex, Massachusetts to learn about the history and legacy of shipbuilding in this small seaside town. Amy also makes a stops at Woodman's of Essex, known as the birthplace of the fried clam. where the owner reveals the secret to a perfect fried clam. They also cook-up another Woodman's classic, New England clam chowder. Meanwhile, Co-host Richard Wiese is off the grid in Woodstock, Connecticut at a woodworking shop with Meb Boden of Meb's Kitchenwares. They create a sautŽ spoon by hand; from a block of local wood, they mold the spoon for a beautiful made-in-New England product. Back in her kitchen, Amy cooks up a clam feast with Rhode Island-Style Clear Clam Chowder.

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