A creative spin on the classic clams casino dish, this flavorful take uses oysters and jalapenos to create a bright and flavorful appetizer. Clams casino was originally enjoyed in Rhode Island, created in 1917 at the Little Casino. It was developed by maître d'hôtel Mrs. Paran Stevens as a special treat for honored guests, today variations are enjoyed all over. What You Need: 24 White Stone Oysters 8-12 slices of bacon ⅓ cup chopped jalapeno ½ cup butter, divided 4 tbsp. Chopped parsley 2 tbsp. Chopped chives Rock salt Fresh lemon juice What to Do: Cook bacon over low heat...
We’ve talked about the power of po’boys before– and even worked with Chef Tim Bereika to create a delicious po’boy slider using our Wandering Waders Premium Jarred Oysters. But, when we saw this recipe from My Recipes, we couldn’t resist sharing it with you. What You Need: 1 large egg, lightly beaten ⅓ to 1/2 cup buttermilk or milk 1 ½ cups finely ground cornmeal ½ cup all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon Cajun, Creole, or seafood seasoning ¾ pound raw small peeled and deveined shrimp 1 jar Wandering Waders Premium Jarred Oysters Vegetable oil 1 ½ baguette, cut into 6-inch lengths Tartar Sauce...
You’ve shucked. You’ve slurped. You’ve enjoyed. Now what? Put those beautiful White Stone Oyster shells to work with these creative ideas. In the Garden Oyster shells are made up of calcium carbonate (chalk) which can support the acidity of your soil and fertilize your plants and soil microbes with calcium. Also, the texture of oyster shells when added to garden soil or compost helps to improve aeration by preventing soil compaction. It’s easy to add your shucked oyster shells to your garden or compost- just put them in a big pot and boil them to sterilize. Then, you can crush...
Oysters are beautiful, fascinating creatures. We may be a little biased but we think they’re one of the more incredible sea animals the Chesapeake Bay has to offer. Their storied history and the culture that’s grown around them make them something worth appreciating. Like many others– there’s always something new for us to learn about oysters. Check out these fun oyster facts:z Oysters have been around for approximately 15 million years. This makes them relatively young when you consider that crabs have been on the planet for 450 million years, predating dinosaurs. Not all oysters make pearls. While edible oysters...
Smoky, bacon-flavored goodness is at the center of this traditional Australian preparation of oysters. If you’re thinking about the perfect appetizer to serve with your oyster feast, look no further than oysters Kilpatrick. Our meaty, topwater oysters are perfect for this quick and easy recipe. Serving a large group? Visit our blog for tips on how many oysters to order. Don’t forget to check out our FAQ page for storage and shucking tips. Scale this recipe up or down based on how many people you’re serving and how much they love oysters. Ingredients 18 White Stone Oysters Bacon- chopped 1...
Gumbo is good. Gumbo with duck–even better. The Chesapeake Bay is not only home to premium oyster waters, but it also hosts some of the east coast’s best waterfowling. Whether you’re using ducks you harvested yourself or store-bought, this delicious gumbo recipe from Louisiana chef John Besh will fill your belly and warm your soul. Ingredients 2 wild ducks (2 1/2 to 3 lbs. each), quartered Salt and pepper 2 tbsp. herbes de Provence 1 cup rendered duck fat or lard (or vegetable oil) 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 onions, diced 2 stalks celery, chopped 1 lb. andouille sausage, diced...
Selecting oysters when you go out to eat can be overwhelming. While many restaurants carry White Stone oysters, making it an easy choice– it’s still helpful to know what you’re getting into when you order. This helpful video from Potluck video goes over the basics of ordering oysters in a restaurant. Here’s are our tips Ask your server about the oysters. They should be able to tell you: Where the oysters are from The basics of their flavor profiles Know the difference between east coast oysters and west coast oysters: East Coast oysters tend to be a little bigger, brinier,...
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