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“We call them the candy of the sea,” Peter Ramsden, the head fishmonger of Foley Fish Co., says about Nantucket bay scallops.
If you think you’ve experienced the taste of white truffles because you’ve had so-called truffle oil drizzled on your French fries, then you’re kidding yourself. Get the real …
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They’re the ribs Fred Flintstone would order. You can call them giant short ribs or dinosaur bones, the correct name is beef plate short rib.
The pasta is finer when you roll your own.
It’s the right time for stone crabs.
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