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You’ve Likely Never Heard of This Super Regional Dish

Even though it comes from New York

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In East Hampton, New York, locals refer to themselves as “Bonackers.” The term originates in the town’s Accabonac Harbor, and also with the first white settlers to the area. Here, in this eastern Long Island hamlet — where I happen to live — you will find the Bonac clam pie, a savory mélange of (steamed or raw)…

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Hannah Selinger

Hannah Selinger

Hannah Selinger writes about food, wine, travel, parenting, lifestyle, and everything else. She lives in East Hampton, NY. Read more at www.hannahselinger.net.

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