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Oysters, et. al. ...

FatDogFatDog Posts: 164
edited 11:53PM in EggHead Forum
The wife and I went to the NCSU vs Ga. Tech shootout this afternoon and, since our team lost (again) we decided to salve our wounds with some fresh seafood. The missus wanted shrimp and I had the craving for some oysters so a comprimise was reached. We went to Earp's Seafood on Saunders Street in Raleigh and bought some crab cakes, shrimp and oysters. The crab cakes went into the oven, the shrimp on the stove to boil with some Zatarain's crab boil, and the oysters on the small egg with just a smidgen of apple wood (left over from this morning's chicken cook). The oysters were roasted at 300 deg - dome just until they began to pop open. A quick shucking later and the Fat Dog was eating like a big dog![p]Just thought I'd share.[p]Doc


  • FatDog,
    Well, Carolina almost found another acorn! Dang, a few more feet and we'd be in overtime. Then we would have lost. The back for Va Tech was running all over us. I did my first whole brisket (vs. flats) today. Burnt ends were tasty. The flat was the best I've done so far, I think, so not a bad day....[p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
  • Bobby-QBobby-Q Posts: 1,994
    Man that sounds good. You can't go wrong with Zatarain's crab boil.

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