Their Quest for Fried Clam Strips

Minneapolis-based podcasters Cayenne Chris Conroy (Teknikal Diffikulties) and Sue Grandys (Uncomfortable Questions) have been roaming the East Coast looking to enjoy things things they find hard to come by in the midwest — like, say, true New York bagels.

Eastern Massachusetts accommodated them by demonstrating how we do torrential rains and dangerous flooding on this end of the continent.

After boating by automobile through Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, and other points northeast, they paddled toward Eddie’s and my neck of the mountains.

So, being old friends of mine, they chose the Boston Seafood Restaurant here in North Adams as their source for the fried clam strips their taste buds had been yearning for. (Eddie took the snapshot above, as you may have suspected.)

A good time was had by all. And that’s todays news from Lake Northadamsbegone. Now back to the freelance job that’s bedeviling my Sunday morning.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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0 Responses to Their Quest for Fried Clam Strips

  1. Personally, for fried clam strips I don’t think one can beat the clam roll at Pedrin’s Dairy Bar on route 8, preferably with onion rings and a bunch of spicy cocktail sauce. 🙂