The American Indian name for the East Coast hard-shell clam. It also sometimes refers to the largest of these hard-shell clams.
Giant crabs found in the North Pacific ocean that measure up to 10 feet claw to claw, and weigh 10 to 15 pounds. The meat is white with red edges and delicately flavored. Also known as Alaska king crab or Japanese king crab.
The root of a plant in the mustard family. Its skin color can vary from white to red to purple, its shape can be round or elongated, and its size can go from 1/2 inch in diameter to a foot or longer. Its flesh is usually crisp and its flavor vary from mild and sweet to peppery.
A substance in some chiles that gives them their hotness and causes a burning sensation on the skin. Most of it is in the seeds and membranes of a chile.