Episode 211: Shores and Shellfish

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This week on Weekends with Yankee, cohost Richard Wiese cruises around New Hampshire’s Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the Sophie C, the oldest floating post office in the United States. From there, we make tracks to Rockport, Maine, where lobsterman and photographer Joel Woods gives us a view of deep-sea fishing that few people ever get to see. Closing things out is our jaunt to the rocky coast just outside Acadia National Park to experience a genuine Maine clambake with three of Portland, Maine’s hottest chefs. Back in the Test Kitchen, cohost and Yankee senior food editor Amy Traverso brings the clambake home as she creates a stovetop version of this classic New England meal.
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