It might be the beginning of the end of summer, but it's also the beginning of oyster season! While there is still time to stand out by the grill, give this easy recipe for grilled oysters with herbed garlic butter a try.Read Full Story
Oysters have long been considered a very extravagant and luxurious food which only the upper classes could afford. Nowadays they are much more accessible but still have an air of elegance and sophistication. They are currently in season making them a very reasonable dish and this recipe is great for impressing dinner guests. It is also very easy so you don’t have to be a great cook to successfully produce it.Read Full Story
Oysters are available all year round nowadays and this is a perfect excuse to cook the most traditional dish of them all – Oysters Kilpatrick. As well as being a luxurious food and a known aphrodisiac, oysters are full of vitamins and minerals so make a very healthy food choice. They contain zinc, iron, calcium, selenium, vitamin A and B12, are full of anti-oxidants and are low in calories!Read Full Story
September marks the beginning of oyster season, which runs all winter long through April. During this time, oysters are at their peak of flavor and, although perfect when eaten raw, are also delicious when prepared a variety of other ways—like fried or baked—so grab some friends and get to shucking.Read Full Story
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