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Monday, 15 October 2007



Brave souls! I would never shuck oyster without a heavy leather glove on. Better control of the oyster and the less chance of popping the nice little sweet nectar sack that each oyster contains. It so so delicious.
I had oyster shuck for me in Redondo Beach and when I saw how that guy shuck it I was so disappointed. Literally pulverize the soft juicy and delicate morsel.


Hey Vicky - Candice Woo reacommended this place to me....after reading your post, I have to add to my "must eats" list.


Thanks for this post - I'm reliving this food fantasy through your story! Did you put any on the grills they have available?


nhbill - Sam was brave enough to shuck away without gloves. I used a glove they provided to shuck. In addition, we also brought a Wustof oyster shucking knife I picked up at Williams Sonoma; it worked amazing! Also, they did a great job in teaching us how to shuck, so we managed to keep all the oysters in their juicy glory!

Kirk - Yes... you must visit, it is an amazing place!

Candice - No... we're barbarians and prefer our oysters raw.... =P


Oh yeah beautiful pictures. I felt like I was there taking in the stench of the of the Ocean. ;-)


nhbilly - thanks!! Sam took 1, 3, and 5. I took 2 and 4. We had a blast with our cameras that day... came out with probably 100+ pictures of the trip! :)


Mmmm... Shellfish... Forbidden fruits de mer.

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