Cedar Key Not Worried About Gulf Oil Spill
It's a coastal town that largely depends on fishing, but business owners say they aren't worried about the oil spill -- they're worried about something else.
That group includes a restaurant owner who just won a competition for the world's best New England Clam Chowder for the second year in a row. TV20's Josh Rosenthal tells us why the chowder champ says he'll keep using Cedar Key clams in his recipe.
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