Man, you've been eating a lot of shellfish this winter. Aren't you kind of sick of all the mussel-and-kohlrabi dinners you've forced down your oyster-hole? No? Fair enough, it's your bathroom, buddy. Clams, like other shellfish, are sustainable little suckers that are good sources of protein, omega-3s, and a bunch of other nutrients you don't really care about because who eats like that?
Clams. On. The. Grill. It's a clam bake! Invite your friends over and... eh, actually, it's impossible to gather more than three people together at the same time and place, so enjoy your clams alone as you stare into the abyss and ponder the millions of Irish who had to scratch and claw for every meal, every day of their Godforsaken lives. Yum, those grilled clams just got tastier.
Adirondack Red potatoes
If the Irish had access to the sorts of agroscientists Cornell produces, they would've been buried up to their eyeballs in blight-free tots. In case you don't subscribe to Plant Breeder Monthly, the folks in upstate New York elevated the humble potato into something red, which is just good old-fashioned fun. Plus "health-promoting antioxidants"!
Do you need to be told how to cook a potato? You really can't screw it up.