Greetings Cooking Fans and Foodies!
Drake’s fruit pies are back just in time to celebrate 50 Years! They
have returned as good as ever, deliciously made with real fruit
filling and a sweet glaze crust; it’s no wonder they are a fan-fave!
Fruit Pies have been a favorite to a number of New Englanders who
can remember sitting down at the lunch table to unwrap a fresh
Drake’s Fruit Pie. Each package has two fruit pies; it’s your choice
to have ‘em all or to split with a friend! Eight apple and cherry
pies are included in each box. Stock up on some classic snacks and
save with the coupon code below!
This week at FamousFoods.com save 15%
storewide when you use the coupon code HAPPY50
at check out!
New England Clambakes
You know you are in New England when you see, smell, or taste a
clambake! A clambake can be prepared 1 of 3 ways; Fire Pit,
Stovetop, or the Stovetop/Grill. The traditional New England
clambake is cooked in a fire pit using hot stones and seaweed! Some
people will set up on a beach that permits fires or even in their
backyard; either way they’ll need a shovel! To start, clambakers
must dig a hole, build a fire at the bottom, and cover with rocks.
For 2-3 hours those stones get hot, hot, hot! Fresh seaweed is
placed over the hot stones and clambakers work quickly to layer the
seafood on top, generally starting with clams, then mussels, fish,
sausage/chourico, hotdogs, onions, potatoes, corn, and you guessed
it lobsters! The steam is sealed in with a wet cloth and again
covered with seaweed and baked for 1 hour or more. Clam chowder,
lobster bisque, and clam cakes are served as the clambake is
FamousFoods.com has the fixings to
summer clambake complete!