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  1. #21
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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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    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."

  4. #23
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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."

  5. #24
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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!!!
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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."

  7. #26
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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..

  8. #27
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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."

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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..

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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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    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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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Try smoking them on a wood burning grill .
    The best...period.

  13. #32
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by HILL BILLY
    Try smoking them on a wood burning grill .
    The best...period.
    What kind of wood is best?
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  14. #33
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    I've never smoked them due to how long it takes to brine but this looks like a good recipe.
    http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/1...rs-ever-recipe
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  15. #34
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by packerbacker
    I've never smoked them due to how long it takes to brine but this looks like a good recipe.
    http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/1...rs-ever-recipe
    Sounds great! But I'm with you on the prep time........I'd be ready to eat the grill about half way through the process.
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    now this is coming from a life long Seattle resident ........best way to cook oyesters.....DONT eat em their nasty .....eat clams ...........lol ok ok I'm bias ....no I dont like oyesters myself but my family does its the same with clams when you cook em they open if they dont throw em out more than likely their bad .


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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Use to get big beautiful clams off the beach in SE Alaska, man they r good!

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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by bigscoop
    Quote Originally Posted by HILL BILLY
    Try smoking them on a wood burning grill .
    The best...period.
    What kind of wood is best?
    Down in FL we used to buy oysters fresh from the market in burlap sacks. Stop at the beer cave and load up on the frosty's. Go home and start a fire ,we used oak. Once there was a good bed of coals we would lay them out on the grill top. Once the oysters popped open they were ready to eat. So we didn't smoke them in a smoker, just an open pit wood grill. Little hot sauce, a shot of lemon on a saltine cracker and a cold brew, mmmm mmmm good.
    Wish I had a bushel right now, only problem is they are hard to come by in KY.

    HB

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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    let me tell you about the size of some oyster shells we find when we dig some shell middens down here. we have found then 8-12 inches long and thats the truth. The oyster shells were always the base or bottom of the mound/middens. We are talking some sites date to 3,000 years ago. These oysters were 4-6 inches long inside. I could only imagine how they taste

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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by centfladigger
    let me tell you about the size of some oyster shells we find when we dig some shell middens down here. we have found then 8-12 inches long and thats the truth. The oyster shells were always the base or bottom of the mound/middens. We are talking some sites date to 3,000 years ago. These oysters were 4-6 inches long inside. I could only imagine how they taste
    Those were the days, I miss my digging spot.
    I have also dug some big shells like the ones you speak of, I'll bet they cooked them over a fire and they tasted great. If only they had cold beer to chase them with.

  21. #40
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    Re: Oyster Hunting Question

    Quote Originally Posted by centfladigger
    let me tell you about the size of some oyster shells we find when we dig some shell middens down here. we have found then 8-12 inches long and thats the truth. The oyster shells were always the base or bottom of the mound/middens. We are talking some sites date to 3,000 years ago. These oysters were 4-6 inches long inside. I could only imagine how they taste
    I have found shells up to about 15-16 inches here in WV!!! But these were Fresh water muscles. I think they are protected.. With all this mining and water pollution here, I am suprised we even still have fish..
    Theres A Place For All Creatures..Right Next To The Taters And Gravy..

 

 
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