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May 7th, 2012 at 2:30pm

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Reply #1 - May 7th, 2012 at 7:41pm

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Have eaten them raw (favorite way), grilled with bacon and Worcestershire sauce, in a mornay sauce and deep fried in batter but never sauteed. Looks yummy.

Had some of those Pacific oysters in Tasmania last year. They were so big I was flat out eating six of them.

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Reply #2 - May 8th, 2012 at 3:04pm

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Glad you liked that one Derek.
I use to eat many types of seafood raw including our big oysters, but I got real sick once eating some tiger prawns that weren't fresh. (Was assured they were by the seller, found out later they were trucked in from down south)
That one bout ruined me on raw seafood, but as the saying goes, "Eat seafood - Live longer. Eat oysters - Love longer"
Never seen so many bouncing teardrops this past weekend. LOL!!!

 
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I normally prefer my oysters raw but I also enjoy almost anything covered in butter and garlic  Cheesy

Dean cooked my adaption of your first chowder recipe on a weekend away its very popular here.  (just made up the seafood to replace the clams and used fish stock instead of clam as I cant get that)
 

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Reply #4 - Jun 21st, 2012 at 8:19am

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Fogcrawler wrote on May 8th, 2012 at 3:04pm:
Glad you liked that one Derek.
I use to eat many types of seafood raw including our big oysters, but I got real sick once eating some tiger prawns that weren't fresh. (Was assured they were by the seller, found out later they were trucked in from down south)
That one bout ruined me on raw seafood, but as the saying goes, "Eat seafood - Live longer. Eat oysters - Love longer"
Never seen so many bouncing teardrops this past weekend. LOL!!!


That thing about oysters is all bull i had a dozen one night and only 2 worked  Grin
 
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I like it baked with melted butter, breadcrumbs and a little of salt and pepper.
 
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