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Old 07-20-2019, 03:29 PM   #46
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Great work there Jeanie and on the presentation. As a kid we lived in Florida for awhile, we used to get oysters out of the bay, none of them ever made it home we just ate them as we found them.
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Old 07-20-2019, 09:36 PM   #47
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As my Dad once told me, and I've often repeated,"son there are just some country clubs that'll never let you in."

Come on in Adams..... The water is warm!
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Old 07-20-2019, 09:53 PM   #48
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I'm inspired.

Here's a link to some of the faux shells. Amazon search "oyster shells".

Outset 76471 Stainless Steel Grillable Oyster Shells, Set of 12, Metallic https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N4MJKFV..._en9mDb2CNNCSY
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Old 07-20-2019, 10:19 PM   #49
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Growing up on the intercoastal waterway in N E Fla we had a lot of access to oysters. Our senior yr in HS we'd go pick a few bushels in the intercoastal creeks and stop by Cumberland Island Ga before it was a National Seashore and shoot a wild hog that roamed the woodlands and marshes (to easy)then regrouped afterwards in the evening and cook oysters over cinder blocks that supported a 1/4 inch steel plate with red oak coals covered the oysters with a croaker sack soaked in Sea water. Steamed them till open then they were hammered with a shot of of Tobasco, butter or whatever guest favorites were at hand. And of course an appropriate beverage. Our intention was to smoke some pork but it ended up being grilled pork (to impatient). We gathered our wood from the local trees and our lighting for the evening event on the beach was the old timey highway department road hazzard lights which were the lit cannon ball shaped pots the Hwy Dept. placed around pot holes etc. Now that was the good times!
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Old 07-21-2019, 06:47 AM   #50
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Great looking oysters! They look much better than the ones we had in Fla this past week. We're lucky enough to live close enough to the Gulf that seafood markets here usually have fresh oysters in stock. In the Fall we usually get a bushel, shuck them ourselves and put them on the grill. Nothing like a fresh shucked oyster!
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Moving from the coast to MT and will miss fresh oysters. Never seen or heard of stainless shells! Looks like they work pretty good for already shucked oysters.

They look great Neighbor!

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Found these while looking around for crawfish and...now...oysters!


I believe they are almost the same as Jeanies.


http://www.lacrawfish.com/Stainless-...l-12-P742.aspx


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Old 07-21-2019, 08:05 PM   #52
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The grilled ones look great but being another old Fl. boy that grew up in the panhandle of Fl, who's dad worked in the seafood business as I in my teens and early 20's. The fried ones are done to prefection!!!!
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Originally Posted by 16Adams View Post
As my Dad once told me, and I've often repeated,"son there are just some country clubs that'll never let you in.”

Adams.....they sleep with PEARLS for goodness sake.....”Take a walk on the wild side”..Lou Reed
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Old 07-22-2019, 02:54 PM   #54
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Wow!

Raw, fried, smoked, roasted...oysters do not go to waste in my house

Those look great!
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Oh my Jeanie!! You knocked that one out of the park. Luxurious in the extreme!
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Thank you all for the kind comments and the helpful info!
I envy those of you who live close to fresh seafood. I'd love to be able to enjoy oysters more often. Thanks friends!
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I love oysters and you're tugging at my hearts strings with these, Jeanie.

Great cook!
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Love oysters and those look awesome!! The stainless shells are sweet!!l Did you buy them our make them yourself?
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Love oysters and those look awesome!! The stainless shells are sweet!!l Did you buy them our make them yourself?
Thanks Tater! I think I got them from amazon.. I've had them for awhile. They work great! I put 2 oysters into each "shell", they were on the small side.
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Thanks Tater! I think I got them from amazon.. I've had them for awhile. They work great! I put 2 oysters into each "shell", they were on the small side. [/QUOTE]

You’re welcome! I’ll have to see if I can find some. I like grilling oysters right in the shell but sometimes I get a bit aggressive when shocking them😂
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