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In Southeast Alaska, divers are still going down for giant geoduck clams and sea cucumbers.
And then a rousing final parade of rich, raw seafood — the geoduck clam’s massive organ humbled into a crunchy fringe over rice, a Stellar Bay oyster with caviar — and then that gorgeous uni and truffled scallop.
Then came something quieter: uni paired with geoduck and spot prawns beneath mottled, musky petals of Italian black truffle for an enthralling, many-textured merger of land and sea.
The first, in the Quickfire round, was a very attractive geoduck sashimi, ponzu, apple, and cucumber.
A burrowed adult geoduck’s siphon can stretch about 39 inches into the sea bed.
Brother-and-sister team Shina Wysocki and Kyle Lentz wholesale their family’s oysters around the United States and ship their geoducks to China.
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Origin and Etymology of geoduck
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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