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Arcachon Bay – a must-visit place for oyster eaters
Now, to the point – Arcachon Bay – a favorite place for oyster eaters. Now it’s entirely up to you – if you want a classic beach promenade and fun, it’s worth turning to Arcachon. But if you want to see the real oyster hut life and fun, then sail up the bay. One of our favorite places was the village of Ares and L’Herbe. Oysters Scottish x20 Box NC Produce
What’s nice about this place is that the attitude, of oysters being a dish that only a selected few can enjoy, does not exist around here. Oysters are rather “fast food” than a gourmet dish around here!
The oyster is picked up and opened in a similar way to a light concave, but not cut through at
the bottom. This is now done by each client with their own fork. There is also no need to drain the
liquid first – it is so fresh, that it’s simply not necessary. Oysters Scottish x20 Box NC Produce
I come from a family of Oyster lovers. My granny makes oyster cornbread dressing every holiday and my family gobbles it up. My Papa used to love to order baked oysters at any restaurant he visited and that is where this recipe for Baked Herbed Oysters came about.
This recipe is from a restaurant in Louisiana that my grandparents used to visit when my Mom was a baby. That gives you a big hint as to how old this classic actually is! Gotta love those
I like to use thyme and parsley in my Baked Herbed Oysters because they aren’t too overpowering. However, you can add any other herbs you like. I would suggest chives and rosemary as good alternatives. Oysters Scottish x20 Box NC Produce
How do you Cook Oysters in the Shell.
Pick out any fragments of shell and place the oyster on a plate with a mound of rock salt or crushed ice in the middle. Season it however you like – I’m a big fan of lemon juice or Tabasco – then tip that lovely fresh oyster into your mouth!. Oysters Scottish x20 Box NC Produce
Oyster Mushroom and Mussel Chowder.
- 2 chopped leeks
- 2 cloves garlic, crushed
- 40g unsalted butter
- 100g smoked streaky bacon, chopped
- 250g oyster mushrooms, large ones torn into pieces
- 2 tsp chopped fresh thyme
- 150ml dry white wine
- 250g mussels, cleaned and de-bearded
- 750ml fish stock
- 2 tsp medium curry paste
- 100ml crème fraîche
- 30g chopped parsley
- Before cooking, discard mussels with cracked or broken shells, as well as those with open shells that do not close when you tap them. After cooking, discard any mussels that haven’t opened fully during the cooking process. It’s very important to follow these guidelines to avoid eating mussels that are not safe to consume.
- Fry the white bits of the leeks and garlic in half the butter until softened. Drain with a slotted spoon and set aside. Fry the bacon until pale golden, drain and set aside. Add the remaining butter, mushrooms and thyme. Fry until wilted, drain and set aside.
- Pour the wine into the pan and bring to the boil. Tip in the mussels, cover with a lid and cook for 4-5 minutes. Discard any mussels that haven’t opened fully during the cooking process. Remove the edible mussels with a slotted spoon and set aside.
- Add the stock and curry paste to the pan. Bring to the boil, stir in the green bits of the leeks and cook gently for 5 minutes.
- Remove the mussels from their shells, reserving 12 for garnish. Chop the mussels and add to the pan with the mushrooms and crème fraîche. Heat through and garnish with the shell-on mussels and herbs.
Oysters Served with Apple and Horseradish Dressing
- Oyster Knife
- Silver Platter
- 24 Oysters Use Good Quality
- 160 g Crushed Ice Frozen
- 3 tbsp White Wine Vinegar Good Quality
- 30 g Shallots Finely Chopped
- 1 tsp Honey Use Good Quality
- 30 g Rapeseed Oil Good Quality
- 30 g Apple Use Good Quality – Chopped
- 20g g Horseradish Use Fresh Grated
- 10 g White Peppercorns Use Fresh Grated
- Mix the vinegar and shallots for the dressing in a small bowl and leave this to sit, covered, for an hour or so as the shallots can infuse the vinegar. Then, add all other ingredients, stir and leave in a serving bowl.
- Rinse the oysters under cold running water, throwing away any that are open and don’t close when tapped them against the side of the sink. Place an oyster rounded-side up on a work surface. Grip the oyster with a tea towel to help protect your hand, leaving the narrow hinged end exposed. Next, place the tip of the knife between the top and bottom shells just next to the hinge, carefully pushing into the shell, twisting and wiggling the knife tip, to release the top shell. At first, it may seem like you aren’t getting there, but keep going with gentle pressure until the shell pops open. Try to keep the oyster level, so the delicious liquor (the briny, salty sea water) stays inside the deeper bottom shell.
- Wipe your knife clean and then pry open the shell by inserting the knife tip in a few other spots, twisting it to release the shell completely. Keeping the oyster level, run your knife along the inside of the upper shell to cut the muscle that attaches the oyster to it. Remove the top shell. Run your knife along the inside of the lower shell and gently cut the oyster free. Leave the oyster nestled in its shell.
- Transfer the oyster in its bottom shell to a bed of crushed ice or rock salt that will keep the shell level, while you repeat the process with the remaining oysters. Serve immediately with the dressing; each person should use about ¼ tsp of the dressing for each oyster – you can dress each one in advance yourself if you prefer, and add a dill sprig to the top.