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Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: Hjm] #349131 10/22/07 07:13 PM
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I was doing a research on Google and find this :

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Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: GALYJA] #349133 10/22/07 07:23 PM
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Hjm, no im actually 60yrs old and i live in New England where sea food is plenty, I never in my life thought about an OYSTER, now i know why lol
Oh my sucking them, im glad you explained what that meant, just the thought of them sliding down your throat. I picture Lucille Ball eating them,on the I LOVE LUCY show when they when in Paris. that was funny


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And you have to see the sequence on the Mister Bean movie...It's soooooo funny !!!

Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: GALYJA] #349138 10/22/07 07:41 PM
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I saw that one with Lucille Ball that was haliarious and just thought I better explain sucking for others. Mister Bean Movie no I haven't but will look it up. Thanks You know there is oyster stuffing also. They are cooked I bet you have great seafood recipes. Cause that is my favorite food of all. Any and all Seafood. If you have any recipes I would enjoy as other would if you post some on Home Cooking. Thanks ladies I got to to now. Later, I am in Arizona almost 1Pm and got things to do places to go. Thanks again for sharing.

Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: Hjm] #349933 10/25/07 11:08 PM
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With Oysters, have some Champgne :

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Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: Hjm] #352273 11/04/07 09:44 PM
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Oyster Stuffing


1 loaf Italian bread un sliced
1/2 lb. butter
2 chopped onions
1 stalk celery with leaves chopped
3 T. parsley minced
2 garlic cloves sliced diced
1 tsp. fresh thyme leaves
2 tsps salt or to your taste
black pepper
1 pint oysters with liquid


Crumble bread quite small. Melt butter in a saucepan In a large bowl -add onions �garlic-celery- throw in bread crumbs, add parsley thyme-salt - pepper. Drain oysters-reserving liquid. Heat liquid in a small saucepan to boiling point. If the oysters are large- cut them in half- if small- use whole. Add them to the boiling liquid and cook until the edges start to curl. Drain promptly mix oysters into bread mixture. Stuff bird

This can stuff a 10 to 15 lb. turkey.



Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: Hjm] #383426 02/29/08 01:48 AM
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A friend of mine once fixed some oyster patties that were delicoius! He chopped and minced the oysters, added egg and some other stuff and fried them. They were so good! Does anyone have a recipe for that? I would love to fix some.


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Being from Maryland I have eaten oysters since I was a child. And usually with cocktail sauce on the raw oysters, which I've always chewed and they are delicious. My other favorites are oyster stew and fried oysters.




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Re: ABOUT OYSTERS... [Re: chloe21] #383726 02/29/08 03:05 PM
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My mother fixes fried oysters and they are so good.


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