A traditional New England clambake was introduced to the early settlers by the Wampanoag Indians. The Wampanoags (People of First Light) would summer on the southeastern Massachusetts ocean shores to take advantage of the bounty and cool ocean breezes just as we do today.
Over the years, the local diverse population has added their touches to the clambake. You can make it as simple or diverse as you wish. The traditional New England clambake is well worth the effort for a feast sure to please.
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