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Old 10-08-2012, 10:34 PM   #11
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If you like oysters on the grill, give an oyster roast a try. Throw a metal plate over an open fire to heat up. Soak a burlap sack in water/seawater or beer. Wash off the oysters, throw them on the plate and cover them with the sack. Let them steam until the shells start to open and then grab a beer and start shucking and eating. Cooking over an open fire gives them a little smokey flavor. Best thing you could have with beer. I have had tons of oysters from being from New England but picked this up from a couple of festivals down in South Carolina. I'll never forget the first time picking up a bag of 25lb oysters right off from the boat and hitting the beach.
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:39 PM   #12
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sounds awesome brother!!
sorry to derail your thread! The chili/fries comb seems great, but I don't like cheese so I had to rule it out. Everything else sounds awesome, though!

But I have seafood on the mind really bad! Crabcakes, shrimp kebobs, fresh oysters, lobster dripping in butter. It's too bad I'm landlocked and miles away from any coast!
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:05 AM   #13
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sorry to derail your thread! The chili/fries comb seems great, but I don't like cheese so I had to rule it out. Everything else sounds awesome, though!

But I have seafood on the mind really bad! Crabcakes, shrimp kebobs, fresh oysters, lobster dripping in butter. It's too bad I'm landlocked and miles away from any coast!
Bacon wrapped scallops, skewered & grilled, brushed with dark sesame/garlic oil. Grilled salmon with fresh lemon & dill. Steamed clams (by the bucketful!). Baked catfish (with hushpuppies). Crab stuffed mushrooms. I gotta stop, I'm making myself hungry!
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:54 PM   #14
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We like to make our own cinci chilli with all kinds of hot peppers over spaghetti with sour cream & shredded cheese. I also do a lobster based clam bake in the bbq pit with lobster,red taters,corn,mussels,lil knecks,shrimp & scallops with clam juice & a woody chardonnay...
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:05 PM   #15
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sorry to derail your thread! The chili/fries comb seems great, but I don't like cheese so I had to rule it out. Everything else sounds awesome, though!

But I have seafood on the mind really bad! Crabcakes, shrimp kebobs, fresh oysters, lobster dripping in butter. It's too bad I'm landlocked and miles away from any coast!
With you! LOVE seafood, landlocked. No worries! Turning into a GOOD thread!

(Don't like cheese...........does.....not......compute...... )

My local sushi shop makes a tuna poke (po-K) that is UNREAL.

Always down for a spicy crab, shrimp, oyster boil or steam!

 
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:07 PM   #16
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Raw oysters, opened and slurped down. Or, oysters on the half shell, on the grill sprinkled with lemon juice. Much better than anything with cheese on it!
Went to Florida recently and hit a joint with a $5 dozen Oyster happy hour. Amazing! They offered oysters on the half shell with nearly a half dozen variations on sauces (Southern, Russian, Japanese, etc...)

And had Bells Two Hearted on tap!

I was a happy, happy man.

 
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sounds awesome brother!!
I've never been able to eat a cooked Oyster.

 
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fresh expertly made chili.....frozen (please someone correct me) frozen crinkle fries, cooked to perfection... sour cream, melted cheddar cheese, fresh sliced red jalapenos, what could be better?????

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Our "food for the soul" is Lamb Curry or homemade Ox Bone Pho'.

 
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:25 PM   #19
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Our "food for the soul" is Lamb Curry or homemade Ox Bone Pho'.
Wouldn't kick the curry out of bed!! Pho?????? uh oh....google commencing..in 5...4..3...

 
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:25 PM   #20
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Our perfect food is anything caught fresh from the ocean, prepared in almost any number of ways served with fresh pasta and homemade parmesan alfredo sauce (I can't eat processed tomatoes).
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