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Old 11-03-2010, 08:48 PM   #1
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Roasted Oysters with a twist

I just bought a bushel of oysters for a boys weekend. My wife and I couldn't resist cooking some tonight. They just came out of the river today. I lit the charcoal grill and began roasting. My wife told me to keep cooking more, then she hit the wall. I had all these oysters (25 or so) that were still on the grill. What to do?
I decided to get them all on the half shell and throw them under the broiler. Now what to put on them. I didn't want to cook them much more than the grill had already done.
So I put a sprinkle of shredded cheese, one jalapeno slice, crushed black pepper, sprinkle of garlic salt. They were under the broiler for maybe 2 minutes to warm them back up. When they came out I put a bit of tabasco on each one. Very good twist. It was some work to eat them all, but once they were cooked I couldn't let them go to waste.

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Old 11-04-2010, 08:40 AM   #2
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I broil mussels with a little mayo,splenda,soy,sri hacha mixed and the a dab of just the sri hacha.I bet it would work with the oysters too.
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Old 11-10-2010, 05:38 PM   #3
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I don't know how to shuck an oyster.

I'd like to learn.
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Sounds good. I love them anyway. Wish I could get a steady supply of them, but I am landlocked. I once had them raw in a shot of iced vodka, with a dash of tabasco. I forget how many I had, not suprisingly...
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Roasted Oysters with a twist I just bought a bushel of oysters for a boys weekend. My wife and I couldn't resist cooking some tonight. They just came out of the river today. I lit the charcoal grill and began roasting. My wife told me to keep cooking more, then she hit the wall. I had all these oysters (25 or so) that were still on the grill. What to do? I decided to get them all on the half shell and throw them under the broiler. Now what to put on them. I didn't want to cook them much more than the grill had already done. So I put a sprinkle of shredded cheese, one jalapeno slice, crushed black pepper, sprinkle of garlic salt. They were under the broiler for maybe 2 minutes to warm them back up. When they came out I put a bit of tabasco on each one. Very good twist. It was some work to eat them all, but once they were cooked I couldn't let them go to waste. 3 stars 1 reviews
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