Surprise! They’re really not bad to eat. Oh sure, you say, you’ve long heard of eating amberjack. But we’re not talking AJs, or any of their first cousins, or any fancy jacks like rainbow runners or bar or even yellow jacks. We’re talking plain old everyday crevalle jacks[...]
When it comes to clam chowder, mine’s good. But I’ll be the first to admit that the chowder at Tony’s in Cedar Key is number one. A three-time International Award winner in the Great Chowder Cook-Off at Newport, Rhode Island is hard to beat.
Fire it up and pack it away in a snap.
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