Oysters are always a great treat but even better when you don't have to shuck them yourself. While cooking on the barbecue, their shells open a little way - just enough to easily remove them.Read More
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In Victorian times, oysters, which were plentiful and cheap, were served either raw, as a stew or as fritters similar to this recipe. The fritters can be reheated in a 350 F oven for 5 minutes, but they are at their crispiest straight out of the skillet.
To prepare an oyster platter, get them shucked at the fishmonger the day of the party, put them on ice and serve them on a cold tray. Garnish with lemons and grated horseradish or mignonette sauce. This traditional French sauce for oysters gives them a piquant flavour.Read More