Over Thanksgiving week our house was full of guests from California, Minnesota and Florida who wanted to explore Santa Fe and do some shopping while they were here. During one of their forays into the downtown shops, they visited The Spanish Table - a cooking store full of products from Spain and Portugal. Carole went along as the tour guide while I finished making the stuffing and came home carrying a shiny new copper Cataplanas as a gift for me. Of course, I had no idea what exactly one did with a Cataplanas but was able to figure it out once I dug up my copy of The Spanish Table Cookbook someone had given me a couple of years ago. Since we had been eating Turkey for three days in a row, we decided that something else was in order for dinner, so we opted for steamed clams in white wine and garlic sauce for this Sunday's dinner. OK, so clams are not "local" to Santa Fe but you have to forgive us this once. We still crave the ocean every now and then!