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galvanized wire baskets - love these for gathering beach treasures, storing pillows, towels and other beach cottage goodies!

galvanized wire baskets - love these for gathering beach treasures, storing pillows, towels and other beach cottage goodies!

Set the table with kraft paper or newspapers and let everyone throw their shells in the middle of the table. We promise this will be a fun party!

Set the table with kraft paper or newspapers and let everyone throw their shells in the middle of the table. We promise this will be a fun party!

Disposable bibs.. because BBQ and crawfish are messy! Pretty good site, has only a few to chose from. Plain is $11 for 100

Disposable bibs.. because BBQ and crawfish are messy! Pretty good site, has only a few to chose from. Plain is $11 for 100

Do you remember your first bite of linguine with white wine clam sauce, lobster bisque with sherry, or savory chicken Marsala? Cooking with white wine brings balance, fruit, and acidity to so many of our favorite recipes. Once you move past grocery store "cooking wine" (and I strongly advise you to do so!) and introduce even moderately priced white wine into the equation (leave that $40 Chardonnay in the wine fridge), your possibilities and cooking style expand exponentially. Here are five…

Do you remember your first bite of linguine with white wine clam sauce, lobster bisque with sherry, or savory chicken Marsala? Cooking with white wine brings balance, fruit, and acidity to so many of our favorite recipes. Once you move past grocery store "cooking wine" (and I strongly advise you to do so!) and introduce even moderately priced white wine into the equation (leave that $40 Chardonnay in the wine fridge), your possibilities and cooking style expand exponentially. Here are five…

“Sea silk” is produced by collecting and spinning the long micro filaments or “byssus” secreted by several kinds of bivalve mollusks–expecially Pinna nobilis (a large saltwater clam once widespread in the Mediterranean ocean).

“Sea silk” is produced by collecting and spinning the long micro filaments or “byssus” secreted by several kinds of bivalve mollusks–expecially Pinna nobilis (a large saltwater clam once widespread in the Mediterranean ocean).

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