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Old 07-19-2019, 02:18 PM   #16
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AMAZING Jeanie!!! You say "Nothing Fancy", but they look BEAUTIFUL to me!!! Oysters are one of my favorites. Won't eat them raw, but I'd definitely smash those!!!
Thanks Joe! Nice to hear you're a fan too! I'd sure eat them more often if they were available..

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Looks fantastic! I LOVE oysters, especially on the grill. Those stainless holders are genius and look like the real thing!

It's pretty hard to find fresh oysters where I live. I have to drive down to Apalachicola, FL, if I want really fresh oysters on a shell. My local Costco sometimes carries shucked oysters, and I buy this when I see it.


I cook it plain in a pie pan.


And I like dipping the oysters in chogochujang, which is popular spicy Korean seafood dipping sauce. https://mykoreankitchen.com/sweet-ta...dipping-sauce/


Nothing beats oysters and cold beer!
Heck, that looks and sounds great!! Thank so much for the recipe and info on the dip. I'm definitely giving that a try!
Sometimes my grocery store has shucked, I'll see what brand they are.
Thanks for the post!!
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those look great, Jeannie. I like those shells. Really handy. I ordered some scallop shells from Amazon a couple years ago and used them. Big enough for 2-3 oysters but I like those better. I finally learned how to shuck oysters this past winter. Not a big deal.
Just never tried it.

Oyster season is over here and with hot bay water not a good time to eat raw gulf oysters. But okay for frying or grilling for sure.
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Old 07-19-2019, 02:56 PM   #18
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those look great, Jeannie. I like those shells. Really handy. I ordered some scallop shells from Amazon a couple years ago and used them. Big enough for 2-3 oysters but I like those better. I finally learned how to shuck oysters this past winter. Not a big deal.
Just never tried it.

Oyster season is over here and with hot bay water not a good time to eat raw gulf oysters. But okay for frying or grilling for sure.
Thanks Chingador... Aren't those shells handy! I envy you for living so close to fresh seafood. I bet the oysters you get there are pretty danged tasty! Thanks for the hot water info. I'll keep that in mind!
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Aww, shucks, that looks good!!
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Aww, shucks, that looks good!!
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Looks great, I had char broiled oysters in New Orleans last year, loved em. I've never tried making them myself though.
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Tasty cook Jeannie! I’m a sucker for ‘erstas... normally a Tabasco and horseradish guy, but rocking them in a butter bath looks divine! I also dig those little stainless holders To cool!
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That looks so fantastic!!! Love some oysters.


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I am not a big fan of oysters, but I would hit those hard Jeanie.
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Both variations look great, jeanie!

Now you've got me planning a quick trip with a cooler to Gloucester.
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Thanks for posting Jeannie, those look delicious. Hard to find oysters around here. Guess I will look into getting some shipped.
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Looks delicious Jen!!!!!! Love me some oysters!!!!!!
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Thanks Chingador... Aren't those shells handy! I envy you for living so close to fresh seafood. I bet the oysters you get there are pretty danged tasty! Thanks for the hot water info. I'll keep that in mind!
They really are. Yes we have some very good oysters down here. East agalveston Bay has some excellent reefs like Pepper Grove that are excellent. Matagorda Bay has some great ones too. There is a processor that bags and flash freezes. I love them raw, grilled and fried. I will be frying some up tomorrow in fact.

Most of the packaged oysters you see are fine. Not sure I would want to eat them raw but likely they are just fine. As long as they smell clean, cook them and enjoy to your hearts content.

When I am shucking oysters, the difficult ones go on the grill for a couple minutes cooked lightly. Open them up and top with cocktail, lemon or chimichurri sauce and you are good to go
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Miss Jeanie...you may deny it......but you got coon@$$ runnin through your veins......you are my hero......cheers!
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