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Clam Shack Margarita Recipe by Bar Harbor Foods

July 21, 2019 by


Sponsored Recipe Clam Shack Margarita Not sweet – not salty, just refreshing like a swim off the coast of Maine.     Serves: 1 Active time: 5 minutes Total time: 5 minutes Two oz of Tequila Two oz of Bar Harbor Clam Juice Two oz of Lime juice One half a teaspoon of Agave Nectar Salted rim […]

Clams and Mussels Recalled for Biotoxin

October 4, 2016 by


This posting below is in part from the Maine’s Department of Marine Resources Area No. 64-A, Stockton Springs/Deer Isle/Stonington to Machiasport; this notice closes clam harvest from Otter Point (Bar Harbor) to Point of Maine (Machiasport) and eliminates the mussel exception areas in Gouldsboro Bay and Jonesport due to the risk of naturally occurring marine […]

These are some foods you NEVER knew could poison you

September 22, 2015 by


by Angel Chang Most often, we don’t stop to thoroughly inspect the contents listed on our food labels. And usually, that’s completely all right. Most of the products that we buy at the supermarket have gone through the correct methods of pasteurization and sanitization. But recently, we have taken an exclusive, deeper look into foods […]

Pasta with Bar Harbor Clams, Bacon & Tomatoes

November 10, 2014 by


Sponsored Recipe Pasta with Bar Harbor Clams, Bacon & Tomatoes A wonderful combination of textures and flavors, this easy dinner was inspired by the classic Italian Amatriciana sauce. Serves: 4-6 Active time: 34 minutes Total time: 34 minutes Ingredients: 1 pound pasta (linguine, penne or rigatoni) 8 slices bacon, cut into 1/2-inch pieces (approximately 1/2 […]

Emergency Shellfish Closures in NY for Vibrio – illnesses reported

September 10, 2014 by


According to the New York state department of environmental conversation there have been documented illnesses caused by Vibrio parahaemolyticus from shellfish presumed shellfish harvested from New York Shellfish Harvest Area NS-3. The following lands are designated as uncertified effective sunrise on Friday, September 5, 2014 and continuing until further notice. It is unlawful to harvest […]