quote:Originally posted by kumazam:quote:Originally posted by Ogopogo DUDE:
Now let's talk about the TYPE of oysters...
2) Barron Point
3) Hama Hama
had a mixed dozen of Malaspina's & Kumo's this weekend in Vegas and the Kumo's, while smaller, had a much better flavor that in comparison made the Malaspina's bland
Those little Olympia oysters of Washington may be the best of all. I could eat dozens in a sitting, but they are scarce and endangered.
Note: The "R" months. This doesn't apply directly to Pacific NW waters because the temperatures remain cool into June, and are still warm in September and October. That "R' rule has more to do with spawning than bacteria in the water anyway. (popular topic lately).
Sub-Note: I don't think anyone is talking about cooked oysters. You might as well talk about hot dogs.