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Cooking with oysters

Discussion in 'Epi-Paleo Recipes' started by Christine_L, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Obviously raw is best and easiest to eat! However I bought a few bags of frozen oysters for cold winter days. In searching with the best way to optimize flavor and fat when cooking, I found this very enjoyable looking list of oyster recipes with easily interchangeable ingredients for seasonal eating. Enjoy!



    Baked oysters with bacon and spinach

    Oysters with vinegar and prosecco

    Pork and oyster meatballs! (sans canola oil and other gnarly stuff) I picture this as garlicky meatballs

    Seafood cocktail - Spanish style

    Oyster bacon omelette (sans bread crumbs)

    Oyster stew (I made something like this previously and it was very very good!)

    Shrimp and oyster Perloo - New Orleans inspired
  2. tammybrown

    tammybrown New Member

    Making everyday kitchen chores easier is exactly what life hacks are for.
  3. tammybrown

    tammybrown New Member

    As you know, food cooked in copper dishes is always more delicious and fragrant, thanks to the special properties of copper. Copper heats up quickly and evenly, due to which the dish acquires a special refined taste. It is for these properties that cooks prefer copper dishes in good expensive restaurants. But copper has the property of reacting with acidic environments, so all copper dishes intended for cooking are covered with tin inside to protect against direct contact with copper. For example, I like not only copper dishes, but also cooking with gloves. I think this is very important not only in cafes and restaurants. I chose gloves from medrux and I can advise them to you. If you are wondering where I bought my copper dishes, then let me know.


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