To sailing ships from Boston, down east is Maine.
Downwind when the wind’s from the so’ west.
Our clam broth makes the best clam juice!
1 envelope St. Ours Clam Broth
½ cup water
1 cup tomato juice
1 Tbsp horseradish
juice of ½ lime or 2 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
few drops tabasco
Heat water to nearly boiling, stovetop or microwave. Dissolve the St. Ours Clam Broth. Add ice to make total volume 1 cup broth and ice. Mix in the remaining ingredients. Makes 2-3 servings in tall glasses over ice.
Oh Canada! She loves her Bloody Caesars.
Make great clam broth cocktails!
Pour a shot of vodka over ice in a tall glass. Fill with Down East Tomato Clam Juice (recipe above). Garnish with a stalk of celery. Yum! Or go all out. Spear a peeled and deveined cooked shrimp with a toothpick, hang it over the side of the glass. Wow!
This spicy popular Mexican drink will have you craving more when using clam broth to make your own tomato clam juice. Serves 1
1 Envelope St. Ours Clam Broth
1 fresh lemon
4 oz tomato juice
dash of hot sauce
dash of Worcestershire
dash of soy sauce
salt for rim of glass
7 oz Mexican beer
1 fresh jalapeno, seeded, sliced thin
Dissolve St. Ours Clam powder in 4 oz hot water, whisk in the juice of ½ the lemon, tomato juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire, and soy, set aside to cool. Rim a tall drink glass with salt, fill with ice and slowly pour in half the beer, add ½ the clam juice mixture and stir gently. Top off with more beer and juice to fill the glass. Garnish with a wedge of lemon and a slice of jalapeno to taste.
Bloody Caesar Clam Broth Cocktail