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Unread 05-08-2013, 06:24 PM   #16
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I can drink a lot of beer when eating oysters...or was it eat a lot of oysters when drinking beer?
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Those are just delicious to look at. Congrats on your excellent day.
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Oysters are the sole reason I'm here. For Christmas we had an outdoor neighborhood party in our cul-de-sac. I bought a 55 gallon drum to use as a fire barrel and to roast oysters. I had heard of people making smokers out of drums before. A search on The Google brought me to to the mother of all UDS threads. The rest is history.
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Great looking oysters. Are those Charleston oysters by any chance? I have a bunch of family down in Charleston and they get to know me very well during oyster season if you know what I mean. I try and get down there for at least a half dozen oyster roasts a year because they are that good. cluster oysters are great
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Great looking oysters. Are those Charleston oysters by any chance? I have a bunch of family down in Charleston and they get to know me very well during oyster season if you know what I mean. I try and get down there for at least a half dozen oyster roasts a year because they are that good. cluster oysters are great
Just north of Charleston closer to Litchfield. I prefer the smaller creek oysters to the larger bay oysters any day. Don't get me wrong though, I will eat them all. I can find some similar to these up towards Ocean Isle, NC, but the availability is much more scarce. These seem to be more of the norm in South Carolina.
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I love oysters, very nice!
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Bravo! ..... Great kettle time doing up some oysters with friends
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Just north of Charleston closer to Litchfield. I prefer the smaller creek oysters to the larger bay oysters any day. Don't get me wrong though, I will eat them all. I can find some similar to these up towards Ocean Isle, NC, but the availability is much more scarce. These seem to be more of the norm in South Carolina.
doing oysters like that is great x2 on the small clusters
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W o o f !!!!!!!!!!!!
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YUM That just sounds sooooooo GOOD
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