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Unread 08-21-2013, 01:55 PM   #16
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now that's a bargain! I've spent plenty of time on the working end of a shucking knife, idk how many are in your wholesale bags, but up here there's at least 100. $10......i'd hire that guy in a heartbeat

they are full size sacks. shucked, you can barely fit a sack in a gallon bucket.
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Unread 08-21-2013, 02:40 PM   #17
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I can see the point of these, especially if you are like Jeanie, and mostly get jarred oysters. I get fresh from the water and can shuck a Pacific coast oyster in seconds, no problem for me to cook them in their own shell. But, I can see where folks would enjoy these.
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Maybe I'm spoiled by endless fresh seafood but I have no idea what I would do with that thing. Do you put an already shucked oyster in it just to suck it out of something like a shell?
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I can see the point of these, especially if you are like Jeanie, and mostly get jarred oysters. I get fresh from the water and can shuck a Pacific coast oyster in seconds, no problem for me to cook them in their own shell. But, I can see where folks would enjoy these.
That would be great Bob! Sometimes I wish I lived closer to the ocean.

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Maybe I'm spoiled by endless fresh seafood but I have no idea what I would do with that thing. Do you put an already shucked oyster in it just to suck it out of something like a shell?
I want to pile as many goodies on top of the oyster that the SS shell will hold.
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Maybe I'm spoiled by endless fresh seafood but I have no idea what I would do with that thing. Do you put an already shucked oyster in it just to suck it out of something like a shell?
i plan on cooking in them. tonight i'm going to try shrimp au gratin. i know it's kind of gimmicky, but sometimes gimmicks are fun.
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I can't wait to see how these work for you. I love oysters!
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We just buy fresh schucked oysters and use muffin pans. One dollop of garlic butter and a dash of Tobasco sauce in each topped by an oyster, cook till the edges are firm, swallow, repeat!!
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Well I've seen your chow, so I can't wait to see what ya do with them. I loves erschers.
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i plan on cooking in them. tonight i'm going to try shrimp au gratin. i know it's kind of gimmicky, but sometimes gimmicks are fun.
we eat most of them raw out of the shell, I had a vision of you spooning an oyster out of a quart jar putting a drop of hot sauce on it and shooting it.
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we eat most of them raw out of the shell, I had a vision of you spooning an oyster out of a quart jar putting a drop of hot sauce on it and shooting it.

when i eat them raw, i just fill up a bowl and grab a stack of crackers and go to town. if the fam had to wait for me to open them, we'd probably all starve. not to say i couldn't open an oyster (i have a great unused oyster knife), but i haven't opened any in 25 plus years. i'd probably be better at it now than i used to be, but to get a sack opened for a ten spot......
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You ALMOST tempt me to try oysters again...
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You ALMOST tempt me to try oysters again...
oysters are a tough sell to a lot of people.
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Yeah. I guess it's the liver of the seafood world. I will eat them smoked though.
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Yeah. I guess it's the liver of the seafood world. I will eat them smoked though.

apt comparison for sure.
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I like the SS shells. Looks like you could find many uses for them on a grill or smoker.
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