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Yooper 10-26-2012 12:03 AM

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My camera was dead, so I took a few crappy cell phone pictures while I cooked.

sorry for the bad quality.
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I couldn't use my cast iron skillets, as they are at out other house. But I used the ceramic coated, with a TON of butter and garlic. We didn't have any spinach, so Bob ran out to the garden and picked some kale.

This was AWESOME. Completely awesome. That was over two dozen oysters. I could have eaten all of it myself, but Bob insisted on his half!

We have plenty left. We're going to do fried next, breaded lightly in cornmeal/flour and "slap yo mama" seasoning. And we're talking about oyster stuffing for Thanksgiving. But we might do an oyster stew.


Yooper 10-26-2012 12:03 AM

3 Attachment(s)

My camera was dead, so I took a few crappy cell phone pictures while I cooked.

sorry for the bad quality.
Attachment 80996

Attachment 80997

Attachment 80998

I couldn't use my cast iron skillets, as they are at out other house. But I used the ceramic coated, with a TON of butter and garlic. We didn't have any spinach, so Bob ran out to the garden and picked some kale.

This was AWESOME. Completely awesome. That was over two dozen oysters. I could have eaten all of it myself, but Bob insisted on his half!

We have plenty left. We're going to do fried next, breaded lightly in cornmeal/flour and "slap yo mama" seasoning. And we're talking about oyster stuffing for Thanksgiving. But we might do an oyster stew.


Yooper 10-26-2012 12:03 AM

3 Attachment(s)

My camera was dead, so I took a few crappy cell phone pictures while I cooked.

sorry for the bad quality.
Attachment 80996

Attachment 80997

Attachment 80998

I couldn't use my cast iron skillets, as they are at out other house. But I used the ceramic coated, with a TON of butter and garlic. We didn't have any spinach, so Bob ran out to the garden and picked some kale.

This was AWESOME. Completely awesome. That was over two dozen oysters. I could have eaten all of it myself, but Bob insisted on his half!

We have plenty left. We're going to do fried next, breaded lightly in cornmeal/flour and "slap yo mama" seasoning. And we're talking about oyster stuffing for Thanksgiving. But we might do an oyster stew.


WesleyS 01-03-2013 12:38 AM

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Currently enjoying these and wanted to share. Sorry for the dark picture.


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WesleyS 09-11-2013 04:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Hoptimistic
as far as cooking them goes. i enjoy getting a steel grate, setting it about a foot over a low burning fire (coal or wood flavor is up to you), as soon as the shell pops open i pop a knife in there and scoop the suckers out and drop them into some melted garlic butter. serve with hot sauce to taste.
That sounds good! I'll have to try that.
And of course serve them with one of these.


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