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Old 07-19-2019, 08:07 PM   #31
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I was taught to never eat oysters in months without a "r", but I am certainly impressed with these! Maybe this old dog just learned a new trick.
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Old 07-19-2019, 09:29 PM   #32
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Daughter and Little buddy went to Destin a few weeks back.They stopped in Pensacola and picked me up a gallon of fresh shucked oysters,10 pounds of head off 10/15 Royal Red shrimp and 5 pounds of Sea Scallops on the way back.I grilled some like you did and they were out of this world delicious.Look Good Jeanie!
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Old 07-19-2019, 09:43 PM   #33
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A damn fine snack Jeanie! and your grill is so clean...
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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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Old 07-19-2019, 11:10 PM   #35
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I like em raw but I'd hit those any day of the week Neighbor. That's what I'm talking about.
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Jeanie, I might eat those. Maybe one.
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Love these, Jeanie! That's just how we do them.
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Those look fantastic! Probably the easiest way to get someone that doesn't like oysters to try them. The best oysters I ever had were from Apalachicola, FL. I bought 3 cases in Birmingham, drove home with them in one of those giant coolers, and we feasted for 3 days.
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Outstanding I love those things Wish my gout did but as often as I have them it is worth it Going to New Orleans for a Conf in Oct There is a place famous for it BBQ Oysters Will definitely try to find it
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Oh yes! Loves me some ersters.
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Outstanding I love those things Wish my gout did but as often as I have them it is worth it Going to New Orleans for a Conf in Oct There is a place famous for it BBQ Oysters Will definitely try to find it
George, go to Acme Oyster House in the French Quarter. On Iberville St. just
off of Bourbon St. (IIRC).

Jeanie, your grilled oysters look fantastic. I've had a dozen of the SS shells for some time now. Very handy.
I always bring back at least 2 gallons every time I make a trip to Biloxi and freeze them in pint containers.
They don't stay in the freezer very long tho.
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Those look fantastic! Probably the easiest way to get someone that doesn't like oysters to try them. The best oysters I ever had were from Apalachicola, FL. I bought 3 cases in Birmingham, drove home with them in one of those giant coolers, and we feasted for 3 days.
I love Apalachicola oysters but it seems much of natural oysters at Apalachicola are going away.
https://www.atlantamagazine.com/sout...-apalachicola/

My favorite part of Florida was Cape San Blas. I used to vacation there multiple times a year and loved catching scallops, conchs, mussels, and crabs in the bay. And I would always do a day trip down to Apalachicola from Cape San Blas to eat at the Owl Cafe and Hole in the Wall restaurants. The oysters were so fresh and so good down there that I didn't even need any sauce on the raw oysters. Just plain raw oysters on a half shell with nothing added. My wife and I would eat several dozens at one sitting. But Hurricane Michael destroyed Port St. Joe and Cape San Blas area. We haven't been down to Cape San Blas since the hurricane as we read much of the area is still recovering. I miss my Apalachicola oysters.
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Old 07-20-2019, 01:17 PM   #43
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I could eat lots and lots of those, Jeanie! Oysters are one of those things that I don't eat often, but whenever I do I ask myself "why don't I eat these more?" They are delicious in all their forms - and one good thing is my seafood-allergic wife is not allergic to oysters (she can also eat clams, scallops & lobster). Thanks to this thread, I'll most likely be putting some in rotation in the next week or 2 - thanks Jeanie!
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Old 07-20-2019, 01:46 PM   #44
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Awesome looking meal Jeanie!!! Now I'm hungry for some!
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