Trivia: What relative of clams is popular in Northern European cuisine?
The correct answer is Cockles
So why is this answer correct? : Cockles are clam-like shellfish most often associated with Ireland and the U.K., where they are abundant in the sea. They’re served raw, steamed, or boiled and often doused in a favorite local condiment: malt vinegar. They’re also popular in soups and stews as an alternative to mussels or oysters.