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Unread 08-21-2013, 05:50 PM   #31
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I like the SS shells. Looks like you could find many uses for them on a grill or smoker.
and in the fridge...anyone else up for oyster flavored Jello shots?
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Hilarious.
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I love oysters on the half shell and can't imagine eating them from jars. But I guess that comes from living next to an Ocean! However, I did recently get a bacterial infection from raw ones. Lost a solid 10 pounds inside of a week. Really, really sick. Antibiotics fixed the problem.
When I was growing up, we used to have Oysters Rockefeller frequently. Pretty good but better freshly shucked.

Those SS shells look a little like a beat up pan I had to pee into when I was in the hospital.....
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I thought about getting some of these. They look pretty handy to have. Lookin' forward to seeing how you like them! Thanks!
And use them he did. That looks great.
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I can see where these would be handy for those times when you really don't have time to shuck a sack of oysters. We can get fresh shucked oysters by the quart jar down here. I still prefer raw oysters on the natural shell, but for broiled oysters such as oysters Rockefeller, I would think these would be better for time and prep purposes.
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