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...
Fall is quite possibly the best time of year to go camping- take full advantage of the beautiful weather this year with a meal fit for kings. While it may seem like oysters would be hard to prepare at a campsite, we found the opposite to be true. Follow these steps to create a delicious meal with White Stone Oysters the next time you go camping. Transportation To start, we ordered our oysters ahead of time using the date picker feature on the White Stone website. This assured we had the freshest oysters possible before setting out on our trip....
It’s no coincidence that spooky season and the start of prime oyster season both fall in October. The next time you order White Stone oysters, consider saving your shells and trying this crafty project with your family. You’ll need: White Stone Oyster shells White acrylic craft paint Black acrylic craft paint or black permanent marker Finishing line or twine Scissors Newspaper Drill Clear acrylic sealing spray (gloss) The first step for this project is to enjoy delicious White Stone Oysters. After you’ve eaten them, boil the shells for about 15 minutes, and clean them off with a little bit of...
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...
We’re proud to now offer both soft and hard-shell crabs based on availability. These crabs are harvested by fourth generation watermen from the same waters as our oysters. To make it easy for you, they’re cleaned, and ready to be cooked! All crabs are packaged and shipped on frozen gel packs for maximum freshness. What are softshell crabs? Softshell crabs are crabs that have molted (shed their hard shell). If caught within 12 hours of shedding, the crabs are very soft, so soft that they can be cooked and eaten whole, claw to claw. Learn more or order crabs.
The image of smoke rolling from the chimney of your smoker on a brisk fall day is enough to bring warmth and excitement to anyone. Fall is a great time for smoking meats, seafood and of course, oysters. These tips from James Beard Award winning author and chef Hank Shaw will make sure your oysters are perfect right off the smoker. Start with oyster selection, according to Shaw, smaller oysters are best. They take the flavor of the smoke better and are more fun to eat. Preserve their shells after shucking to serve the oysters on. Once cooked, vacuum seal...
Caviar and oysters are one of those perfect combinations that feel like they were made by the gods of flavor just to grace our taste buds. Even better, the preparation couldn’t be easier. Simply place a dollop of good caviar on a raw oyster and enjoy. When paired together, they enhance each other’s saltiness. The combo is a perfect appetizer for any occasion. Caviar has traditionally been eaten on a blini with crème fraiche. Adding an oyster enhances the entire preparation, creating a combination of flavors that could be called decadent. We currently offer two types of caviar to pair...
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