Ever been to a clambake? If not, you’re missing a terrific outdoor cooking event that’s just as common to people living near U.S. Northeast beaches as a cookout down here. An authentic one includes digging a significant hole in the sand about a couple feet deep and, say, a yard long. Beach rocks are added, ...Read more
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Steve Coomes is a restaurant veteran turned award-winning food, spirits and travel writer. In his 25-year career, he has edited and written for multiple national trade and consumer publications including Nation's Restaurant News and Southern Living. He is a feature writer for Edible Louisville & The Bluegrass, Whisky Magazine, WhiskeyWash.com and The Bourbon Review. The author of two books, "Country Ham: A Southern Tradition of Hogs, Salt & Smoke," and the "Home Distiller's Guide to Spirits," he also serves as a ghostwriter for multiple clients.