These east-coast oysters have crisp meats and a moderate brine with stony undertones.
Cooking Tips & Recipes
Our oysters can be served raw or cooked, but in order to do either, you’ll have to shuck the oyster. To do this, you will need a towel and an oyster knife (a pairing knife can be used instead, but with added risk of injury). Simply hold the oyster flat-side facing upwards in your hand wrapped in a towel. Insert the knife at the hinge, or between the shell directly in front of the hinge. The hinge is the area where the two halves of the shell are directly connected. Twist the knife and enjoy.