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Old 08-01-2011, 06:51 PM   #41
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Thanks! Some like the cream style version of the sauce and some like it as a broth type sauce. I think I would like both...
Timothy, I can't find a recipe but on the menu the oysters are listed as cooked in a sparkling wine, shallots finely chopped, butter, I beliee this is heated the oyster warmed through, and served to you 4 at a time in their shells each oyster is at least 2-3 bites each and are juicy and lucious. I looked around and there are recipes listed with cream I didn't bother getting one of the recipes as the oystersI get do not have any cream in the recipe as far as I can tel. You just get yummy big oysters.
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Old 08-24-2011, 01:04 PM   #42
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I'm not going to jump into the debate about whether fresh water fish can be called seafood, but my absolute favorite "aquatic" delight has to be Canadian walleye. Maybe that's because I'm in a part of the country where I can't get any.

But right after that comes the scallops, any kind of crab/lobster, and salmon.
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Old 08-24-2011, 01:24 PM   #43
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Timothy, I can't find a recipe but on the menu the oysters are listed as cooked in a sparkling wine, shallots finely chopped, butter, I beliee this is heated the oyster warmed through, and served to you 4 at a time in their shells each oyster is at least 2-3 bites each and are juicy and lucious. I looked around and there are recipes listed with cream I didn't bother getting one of the recipes as the oystersI get do not have any cream in the recipe as far as I can tel. You just get yummy big oysters.
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I somehow missed this post of yours, kadesma! I do love oysters! Not too partial to them raw, but almost every other way is great!

I love to find and use the "one-bite-wonders" when it comes to oysters. They tend to hold water or broth within them and can sometimes cause a nasty surprise when cut or bitten into. I eliminate this possibility by using only those which can be balanced on a fork easily and eaten in one comfortable bite. Oh God, now I want some....

We have yummy local oysters here in St. Augustine. I used to go harvest them myself, but have gotten lazy the last few years and buy them now.

OMG, my mouth is watering so fast I can hardly keep up with it!
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Old 08-24-2011, 04:34 PM   #44
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I love crabs, all fish (except blue fish) and oysters fried Mmmm.
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Old 08-31-2011, 03:55 PM   #45
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Don't you know it is "Ocean White Fish"?

Just about any shellfish (including mudbugs). Most saltwater fish, but prefer hogfish, black or gag grouper, tuna and most snapper. Can't stand any salmon except smoked.



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Old 08-31-2011, 04:22 PM   #46
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I love fresh crab, the last time I ate it was camping by the welsh coast. A treat once in a while
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Old 08-31-2011, 04:24 PM   #47
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I'm not real big on Tilapia, but there is little else that comes from the water that I don't like.
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Can't stand any salmon except smoked.
I'm the same way, but even the smoked has to be on sushi. Then it's one of my very favorites!
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Old 08-31-2011, 06:35 PM   #49
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I'm not real big on Tilapia, but there is little else that comes from the water that I don't like.
I am with you on that. I have had it in a sweet and sour dish that was great. But I don't really care for most of the preparations I have had.
It is used alot by restaurants because it is cheap here.
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I'm the same way, but even the smoked has to be on sushi. Then it's one of my very favorites!
I thought I was the only one. Although the salmon we caught fresh from Lake Michigan tasted kind of like walleye, not at all "salmony". Wonder why?
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