Quahog Hunting For the Best Stuffed Quahog at Marshland's

Well yesterday was National Clam Chowder Day and here on Cape Cod you have one of the best selections of Clam Chowder recipes from fast food to fine dining. It all depends where you are along the many scenic routes and what kind of atmosphere you choose for your dining experience. I have been on a quest for a great rich flavorful stuffed quahog and although I have tasted many, my favorite comfort place is always Marshland. I have been to all of their three locations and each location does the recipe proud and you won't be disappointed wherever you go to try it. Their chowder is a good rich thick creamy compliment to a hot savory stuffed quahog, especially on a cold February day. But their sweet savory buttered quahog with just a hint of spice and linguica is the best comfort food for me. I have a Portuguese heritage and cooking the quahog stuffing with a little linguica really kicks it up a notch and what first sent me on the trail of finding a good stuffed quahog was seeing a video on the Food Channel with Duff Goldman. Since I have tried them at all of the Marshland locations and introduced my friends to their savory goodness. I even had a friend purchase six to take home and another lady who lives alone and never tried linguica bought two home to get her through the week. So if you are out there on the road stop by and try a great stuffed quahog and if you know of another place that does the quahog justice whether it be chowder or stuffed, just let me know. Have fun along your dining trail, but if you want to be adventurous here is a good recipe for stuffed quahogs.

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