We’ve had family visiting from Seattle for the past several days, and on the first day we put together a clambake – a huge pot (about 7 gallons) filled with potatoes, chorizo, sausage, corn on the cob, steamers, little necks, and lobster.
Or you can use chives...just scallions, just red onions, shallots, or whatever combination you want.
The recipe isn't mine - I found it on the Food Network website - from an episode of East Meets West with Ming Tsai. If you want a copy of the recipe, here it is. I pretty much followed it exactly except that I used a combination of the baby scallions and the young red onions.
The first time I made these I used wild chives that were growing in among the horseradish and the asparagus. I didn't take pictures, though. And they were so good, I knew I'd need to make them again and this time TAKE PICTURES.