June 17th, 2018

Father’s Day Fare: Kitchen Clambake

We’ve always done a version of a kitchen clambake, usually served on a newspaper-covered picnic table. Last year I had an “aha” moment and started using enamelware serving trays, and bowls for the shells and butter— they look great and keep everything relatively neat. This picture is from @bonapetitmag — I don’t put andouille or shrimp in my clambake, just lobsters, steamers, mussels, and corn. These are the enamelware pieces I use.

Wishing everyone a happy Father’s Day!

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  • What a great idea – never saw the original post and the recipe looks so good! Love enamelware. Happy Father’s Day to Michael!

    KathyJune 17th, 2018  9:42 AM

     
  • And, to David!

    PrestonJune 17th, 2018  9:43 AM

     
  • Love the enamelware. Thank for the link.

    MarcyJune 17th, 2018  10:30 AM

     
  • Such a great idea! Love the enamelware!

    LisaJune 17th, 2018  2:45 PM

     
  • Fabulous idea…we have done a couple and the newspaper never thrilled me. I was actually looking for trays to use and never thought of enamelware even though I own the small butter dishes! I hope it was a wonderful Father’s Day!

    MaryBJune 18th, 2018  8:08 AM

     

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