An Oyster Life (Blog) — Recipes
Created by Chef Alex Hong, this mignonette is a tasty and distinctive way to dress up your oysters for New Year’s Eve. The recipe is suited for a dozen oysters but can be easily scaled up or down depending on how many you’re serving. Give it a try this New Year’s Eve to bring a festive touch to your delicious White Stone Oysters as you watch the ball drop on 2023. What You Need White Stone Oysters 2 tbsp diced Asian pear 3 segments of Meyer lemon ¼ cup sherry vinegar ¼ cup white wine vinegar ⅛ tsp sugar...
It’s football season baby! That means, hot wings, cold beers, and great times with good friends cheering on your favorite team. This year, add something new to your endzone spread and try this delicious and creative recipe for Buffalo Fried Oysters from the Food Network. They’re crispy, spicy, and perfect for slurping down during game time. What You Need: White Stone Oysters 1 cup crumbled bleu cheese Oil, for frying 20 slices pepperoni 2 cups flour 1 ½ cups baby arugula 3 tbsp. Blackening seasoning ¼ cup buffalo sauce What To Do: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cook pepperoni. You...
Across many parts of the country, oyster lovers will sit down to a piping bowl of oyster stew over the holidays. Oyster stew has cemented itself as a holiday tradition, with a history stemming from indigenous meals, catholic customs, and Irish immigrants. In fact, oyster stew is such a popular holiday tradition, it’s also how oyster crackers got their name. In the early days of our nation, English settlers were greeted by Indigenous tribes that had been consuming oysters for centuries. Over time, they learned how to prepare the shellfish for themselves, adding new adaptations to recipes and coming up...
Fall is made for cooking over an open fire. This delicious char-grilled oyster recipe from closet Cooking is a great way to get your oysters out of the bag and onto the plate. Pulling references from classic NOLA-style recipes, these oysters are topped with sizzling butter and melty cheese and cooked over an open flame to suck in all of the smoky goodness. Give it a try yourself and tag us on Instagram to show off your results. What You Need: 1 dozen White Stone Oysters Stick of butter 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 cloves garlic, grated 1 tbsp....
For those that are new to oysters, or simply don’t want to deal with shucking them, jarred oysters are the perfect option. Wandering Waders Premium Jarred Oysters come out of the container ready to eat for example, but are best when prepared as part of a cooked dish. Cooking jarred oysters is a great way to use a versatile ingredient in the kitchen. Oysters are often jarred in their own juices or “liquor”. While some companies recommend that you rinse your oysters before cooking with them, we think it’s better to keep them in their own liquor. The oyster’s liquor...
It’s the best time of the year! Football season! Or, is it oyster season? Luckily for us, they tend to overlap, and now is the perfect time to try some new game-day oyster recipes. We grabbed some of our favorite recipes to help you put out a delicious spread for the next big game. Kaki Fry Oysters This Japanese recipe yields crispy, light, and delicious oysters. It makes a perfect game day pairing for early autumn with a bright lager or seasonal beer. What You Need: 16 White Stone Oysters Dash kosher salt Freshly ground black pepper, to taste Canola...
There’s almost nothing better than delicious smoked oysters. This perfect party dish is made to be shared during your late summer and early fall cookouts. Grab some crackers, and some cold drinks, then fire up the grill while your guests chow down on this delicious smoked oyster spread. Before beginning this recipe, you’ll need to first smoke your White Stone Oysters. Check out these helpful tips for making smoked oysters. We recommend you smoke your oysters the day before and give them time to cool before making the dip. What You Need: Smoked White Stone Oysters (roughly 2 dozen per...
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