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These Sicilian clams are imported from Italy. An illustrious ingredient in Italian cooking, these fresh clams are packaged in their natural juices, preserving their robust flavor. Try using them for clam recipes like seafood linguine, or sauté them with white wine sauce. Add a dash of red pepper flakes for a pleasant kick. For an appetizer, combine with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, black pepper, and cream cheese to create a dip that you can serve with crusty bread rolls. If you prefer steamed clams, add the clams to a large skillet over medium-high heat, pour in a dry wine, toss in a garlic clove, reduce heat, and cover for a few minutes.