Cuisine at Home : 2020-02-11

Faster With Fewer : 75 : 75

Faster With Fewer

Clams Do you have a question for Cuisine at Home magazine? Clare Beeman, Middletown, NY If you’re mystified by a cooking term, procedure, or technique, we’re here to help. To submit your cooking question for possible publicatio­n, contact us through our email address, CuisineAtH­ome@ CuisineAtH­, or via postal mail at: Cuisine at Home Ask The Editors 2143 Grand Avenue Des Moines, IA 50312 Please include your name, address, email, and a daytime phone number. d i d y o u k n o w… the word clam comes from an old form of “clamp”? And that European settlers in the Northeast discovered clam shells were valued by Native Americans. They were used to barter for goods, which in turn led to the use of the term “clams” to mean money. Marcia Walsh, Bend, OR 75 ISSUE 140 | APRIL 2020