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Oysters Rockefeller #7879081 06/23/20 09:34 PM
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Picked up some big pacific Oysters and made Oysters Rockefeller from a recipe on allrecipes.com. It exceeded my expectations, sure is tasty.

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Looks great. Where'd you find the Pacific oysters?

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Originally Posted by jetdad
Looks great. Where'd you find the Pacific oysters?


On sale at Whole Foods for $6. They were shucked and raw, not in the shell. Most were as big as an egg. The local Walmart also carries shucked, raw pacific oysters.

I travel to San Fran monthly and eat prime rib and pacific oysters at a place near my office in the old Hill Brothers Coffee building on the Embarcadero. Their halfshell oysters are huge and they quiver when you hit them with a squirt from a lemon slice. Takes two bites to down one.

Oysters on the halfshell are one of my favorites. I ate one of the ones I bought at Whole Foods and despite tasting good thought better of it and decided to cook the rest. I was going to fix oyster chowder until running across that Rockefeller recipe which was surprisingly quick and easy using a toaster oven. The initial plan was to use a muffin tin, fortunately I found some mini aluminum pie tins that my wife had saved from some $.50 mini fruit pies she gets at Walmart,

I got six rainbow trout filets for a buck a piece while I was shopping. Im going to broil those one day this week for dinner.

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I don't eat oysters from the gulf anymore. I just can't get comfortable with all the crud that flows in from the Mississippi. Those look really good. Mind sharing the recipe?

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Never had any in the bama pecan pie tin pans
Love me that oysters r..
That's the only way I'll eat em besides fried.
I like more spinach than I see there, and there's
not enough of of em.
That's one of the things you eat till you're half sick

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Originally Posted by aerangis
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Looks great. Where'd you find the Pacific oysters?


On sale at Whole Foods for $6. They were shucked and raw, not in the shell. Most were as big as an egg. The local Walmart also carries shucked, raw pacific oysters.

I travel to San Fran monthly and eat prime rib and pacific oysters at a place near my office in the old Hill Brothers Coffee building on the Embarcadero. Their halfshell oysters are huge and they quiver when you hit them with a squirt from a lemon slice. Takes two bites to down one.

Oysters on the halfshell are one of my favorites. I ate one of the ones I bought at Whole Foods and despite tasting good thought better of it and decided to cook the rest. I was going to fix oyster chowder until running across that Rockefeller recipe which was surprisingly quick and easy using a toaster oven. The initial plan was to use a muffin tin, fortunately I found some mini aluminum pie tins that my wife had saved from some $.50 mini fruit pies she gets at Walmart,

I got six rainbow trout filets for a buck a piece while I was shopping. Im going to broil those one day this week for dinner.

Looks delicious! Some of the best prime rib I've had has been in California btw up

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That looks excellent!

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