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  1. #16
    us
    May 2008
    Wisconsin
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Ha! |

    Can't think of a better way to go! And can't think of a worse world than with no raw oysters. 8)
    "A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything." Friedrich Nietzsche

    "You ask where I live. I cannot tell you. I am a Voyageur, a Chicot, sir. I live everywhere. My grandfather was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. My father was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. I will also die while en route, and another Chicot will take my place. Such is our course of life."

  2. #17
    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    What's the oysters opinion?

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    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  3. #18
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    Nov 2006
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Hot grill, 2 wet burlap sacks. Lay one very wet sack on grill add layer of oysters cover with second very wet sack. But my favorite way is to get 8-10 bushels call up family n friends. I use 4 gas cookers n 4 turkey frier pots with wire baskets add about 3? of water to the pots, put a brick in the bottom to hold basket out of water, add oysters n cover. When the ones on top start to open the rest r ready. For cleaning i use to go to carwash works great just dont use the soap! Now i have a big expanded metal tray that will hold bout 2 bushels at a time and hitm with the pressure washer. I preffer my oysters straight out of the shell no dressings, I want to taste oyster, same way with my steak... I very important thing if they dont open chances r they were dead, and u do not want to eat a bitter stomach turning dead oyster!

  4. #19
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    May 2005
    Northern California
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Here's a pic of some bagged oysters on ice just waiting for the grill to get hot.
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  5. #20
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    East Coast Florida
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Here's a pic of some bagged oysters on ice just waiting for the grill to get hot.
    Which reminds me....how long are they safe to keep on ice etc.?
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  6. #21
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    May 2005
    Northern California
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    found this article and it mentions a site called safeoysters.org.
    http://www.ehow.com/way_5744234_meth...h-oysters.html
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  7. #22
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    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    found this article and it mentions a site called safeoysters.org.
    http://www.ehow.com/way_5744234_meth...h-oysters.html
    That was a pretty good read.
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  8. #23
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    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Did the grill thing last night, did it again this afternoon. Packerbacker....you're the man!
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  9. #24
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    May 2005
    Northern California
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Thank you sir.....what happened to the invite??
    How many did you do? You got me hungry again!!
    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...........you do realize they are the viagra of Davey Jone's locker right??
    If you go over that 4 hour thingy, DO NOT CALL ME!!!
    Banking off a Northeast wind, sailin' on a summer breeze

  10. #25
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    treasurelagoon.wordpress.com

    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Thank you sir.....what happened to the invite??
    How many did you do? You got me hungry again!!
    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...........you do realize they are the viagra of Davey Jone's locker right??
    If you go over that 4 hour thingy, DO NOT CALL ME!!!
    Five hours and still holding my own!
    Did about 4 dozen or so, all of them opened, and got eaten.
    Problem is, can't make up my mind which I like better, the garlic and butter, or the horse radish sauce. Guess I'll just have to keep eating both.
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  11. #26
    us
    The Pool Table Is My Yard

    Jul 2008
    WV
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop
    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Thank you sir.....what happened to the invite??
    How many did you do? You got me hungry again!!
    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...........you do realize they are the viagra of Davey Jone's locker right??
    If you go over that 4 hour thingy, DO NOT CALL ME!!!
    Five hours and still holding my own!
    Did about 4 dozen or so, all of them opened, and got eaten.
    Problem is, can't make up my mind which I like better, the garlic and butter, or the horse radish sauce. Guess I'll just have to keep eating both.
    Scoop, You should come by sometime.. I'll call Trucker Butch to fire up his Bbq..

    You can try some (Mountain Oysters)..
    Theres A Place For All Creatures..Right Next To The Taters And Gravy..

  12. #27
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    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
    An older blue Excal with connector, remote, Skullie headphones, and various coils. Got rid of the rest of my machines.
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by poorhunter78
    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop
    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Thank you sir.....what happened to the invite??
    How many did you do? You got me hungry again!!
    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...........you do realize they are the viagra of Davey Jone's locker right??
    If you go over that 4 hour thingy, DO NOT CALL ME!!!
    Five hours and still holding my own!
    Did about 4 dozen or so, all of them opened, and got eaten.
    Problem is, can't make up my mind which I like better, the garlic and butter, or the horse radish sauce. Guess I'll just have to keep eating both.
    Scoop, You should come by sometime.. I'll call Trucker Butch to fire up his Bbq..

    You can try some (Mountain Oysters)..
    Thanks! But not until you and Butch get that whole "new twins and cow pasture" thing ironed out.
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  13. #28
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    The Pool Table Is My Yard

    Jul 2008
    WV
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop
    Quote Originally Posted by poorhunter78
    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop
    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Thank you sir.....what happened to the invite??
    How many did you do? You got me hungry again!!
    uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...........you do realize they are the viagra of Davey Jone's locker right??
    If you go over that 4 hour thingy, DO NOT CALL ME!!!
    Five hours and still holding my own!
    Did about 4 dozen or so, all of them opened, and got eaten.
    Problem is, can't make up my mind which I like better, the garlic and butter, or the horse radish sauce. Guess I'll just have to keep eating both.
    Scoop, You should come by sometime.. I'll call Trucker Butch to fire up his Bbq..

    You can try some (Mountain Oysters)..
    Thanks! But not until you and Butch get that whole "new twins and cow pasture" thing ironed out.
    Well!! I asked Their Dad. (Truckin) How my Neice and Nephew Were Doing..
    May have to have a Paternity test to figure out that one.. Honest!!! I was in a tree Hunting when the whole Breeding thing would have taken place..

    Theres A Place For All Creatures..Right Next To The Taters And Gravy..

  14. #29
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    May 2005
    Northern California
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Another good dip is put some catsup on a saucer or in a small bowl, amount will depend on number of oysters, then mix up some dry, hot mustard in a little water until it has the consistency of the catsup. Add the mustard to the catsup by just putting it on top of the catsup. Only use about 1/5 of the mustard to catsup or adjust to your own tastes. Dip the oyster in that. Get catsup on it and pick up a small portion of the mustard at the same time. Good Stuff!!
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  15. #30
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    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    Another good dip is put some catsup on a saucer or in a small bowl, amount will depend on number of oysters, then mix up some dry, hot mustard in a little water until it has the consistency of the catsup. Add the mustard to the catsup by just putting it on top of the catsup. Only use about 1/5 of the mustard to catsup or adjust to your own tastes. Dip the oyster in that. Get catsup on it and pick up a small portion of the mustard at the same time. Good Stuff!!
    Looks like a I gotta go get some more oysters!
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

 

 
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