An Oyster Life (Blog) — Recipes
Almost every seafood aficionado is familiar with the low country boil. This modified recipe from MyRecipes.com harkens back to the South Carolina tradition of roasting oyster clusters over an open fire. Give it a try this fall- plan on about a dozen oysters per person. Pro tip: scrub the oysters thoroughly before cooking and discard any with broken shells. Ingredients: White Stone Oysters Burlap or towel soaked in water Cocktail Sauce Saltine crackers Steps: Heat your grill to 400 degrees. Place the oysters in a single layer on the grill Cover with wet towel or burlap. Cook overed 10-12 minutes...
Want to try new recipes with your White Stone Oysters this fall, but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry–we’ve got you covered. Check out these delicious recipes. 3 Cheese Oysters Ingredients: 14 fresh oysters (if small buy 16-20) 5 ounces cream cheese, softened 2/3 cup shredded white cheddar 1/3 cup cooked, crumbled bacon (or bacon bits) 1/4 cup frozen, chopped spinach, thawed, and squeezed 1 clove garlic, minced 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese Instructions Step One:Shuck the oysters.How to Shuck Oysters: Place one oyster in a folded dish towel. Look for the natural hinge...
Charcuterie boards are one of the beautiful joys in life that are suited for any occasion. This delicious seafood board recipe from The Briny Babe pairs delicious White Stone Oysters, our Smoked Trout Caviar, fresh veggies and more to create a charcuterie board that’s as good to look at as it is to eat. Ingredients: Smoked Salmon Smoked Mussels Smoked Scallops Smoked Shrimp Smoked Salmon Dip Smoked Trout Caviar White Stone Oysters Pickled Red Onions Pickled Eggs Pickled Beets Pickled Radishes Picked Carrots Dill Mustard Seeds Coriander Seeds To save money and enjoy fresh, bright vegetables we recommend pickling them...
Recently, we partnered with Chef Tim Bereika of Kitchen & Craft to develop some new and creative ways for you to prepare your White Stone Oysters. Tim is an accomplished chef and video producer, and his videos are easy tutorials perfect for following along in your own kitchen. Watch the videos below and order your oysters to give the recipes a try today! The Best Fried Oysters With Ramp Sauce Oysters Rockeller Pizza
Where would we be without our mothers? Mother’s Day is a chance for us to celebrate all of the work, love and compassion our moms have invested in us. So, this Mother’s Day, give mom the gift of time together and make a tasty low country oyster roast the whole family can enjoy. The beauty of the low country oyster roast is in the joy that comes with social eating. Gather ‘round a picnic table and share fond memories. Ingredients: Oysters (we recommend about 12 per person) Burlap or a towel soaked in water Cocktail sauce Saltine crackers Steps: Preheat...
One of the powers of the oyster is its ability to be used in so many dishes. From casseroles to grilled delights, the oyster is limitless. Just in time for Cinco De Mayo, we’re bringing you this flavorful recipe from Beyond Mere Sustenance. Enjoy these crispy fried oysters paired with a bright citrus salsa. Don’t forget– for a quick meal, use our Wandering Waders Jarred Oysters. What You’ll Need: Citrus Salsa A variety of citrus (see Tips) Fresno or jalapeno chiles Scallions Cilantro Lime Sea salt and pepper Fried Oysters Oysters Egg Buttermilk Cornmeal Salt and pepper Coconut or vegetable...
These delicious recipes will elevate any brunch menu. Try them this Easter with your post egg-hunt meal or any time you feel like having a fancy breakfast. Hangtown Fry A delicious oyster scramble made with fried oysters, eggs, veggies and more. Use Wandering Waders Premium Jarred Oysters or shuck your own if you’re having oysters on the half-shell too! Ingredients 6 oysters, shucked 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 egg, beaten 2 tablespoons cornmeal 4 strips bacon 1/2 red onion, finely chopped 1 tablespoon butter 4 eggs, beaten kosher salt and cracked black pepper sliced scallions (optional garnish) sliced cherry tomatoes...
Corned beef and cabbage make way! There’s a new kid on the block this St. Patrick’s Day. These delicious Guinness battered oysters are a creative take on the traditional holiday fare. Oysters are often paired with stouts because of their complimentary flavors, you can read about our favorite oyster stouts here, and fried oysters are a favored appetizer for any seafood lover. Try this recipe this St. Patrick’s Day and don’t forget to wear your green! Ingredients 1/2 to 3/4 cup Guinness stout 1/2 cup all-purpose flour, plus extra for dusting the oysters Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper...
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