The long, luscious delights are typically harvested from several major areas located between the Bering Sea and Cook Inlet. The adults’ spawning behavior typically begins when the water temperature reaches 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The Alaskan razor clams’ offspring then spend approximately 6 weeks at sea before burrowing into the sand. They typically remain there in depths of 4 to 30 feet above mean low water level. Harvest often takes place at low tide when the Alaskan razor clams are at least 4 years old.
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Those foodies that prefer a bit of spice sometimes season the tasty meat with a dash of cayenne pepper, sea salt and sweet paprika. Afterward, the spicy pan fried Alaskan razor clams are often served with a dollop of homemade tartar or cocktail sauce and a beer. Of course pan frying isn’t the only way to cook Alaskan razor clams. They may also be tossed into pasta, broiled, baked and smoked.
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