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Crisp up some oysters as you listen carefully to them sizzle, then serve them over some garlicky rice.
With the solar-powered barge, workers wouldn’t have to hoist large cages of oysters from the water, for instance, Rice said.
I think it’s nice to have a little tradition, like my grandma’s oyster soup, and put that next to the crudo and say they both stand up next to each other.
Just before serving, add the oysters to the soup and raise the heat to medium.
Though it has no electricity or plumbing, the biologists use it for their annual spring shad bakes and fall oyster roasts.
Whether you fancy a version with oysters, flowers, or carrots, she’s available to make works on request that speak to one’s story.
If you speak one of about two dozen dominant languages, the internet is your oyster.
Another bivalve requiring harvest only from pristine, state-approved waters is the oyster.
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Discover an Episcopal church built entirely of oyster shells by the Gullah or learn about the oldest Baptist church in all of South Carolina.
Restaurateurs and state environmental policymakers were slurping oysters left over from a live shucking contest, while the rest of us battled for free beer tokens in a climate-trivia game.

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