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1 day ago

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Happy Monday! Are you planning to have oysters during Memorial Day Weekend?

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Those oysters look familiar!

YES ...OYSTERS AND MORE OYSTERS! Never enough oysters.

Beauties!

4 days ago

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N E W . O Y S T E R . D I S C O V E R Y: Lowcountry Cups from Lowcountry Oyster Co. are grown in the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge of South Carolina, one of the largest undeveloped wetland ecosystems along the Atlantic Coast. #FunFact: ACE = Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto Rivers. These triploid Virginicas grow crazy fast in floating cages and have remarkably sturdy cups, distinctive rings of ridges. Impressive meat-to-shell ratio and great meaty texture. Flavor characteristics: medium brine (currently 27 ppt), sautéed mushroom and sunflower seed, short and sweet finish. Occasional pea crab inclusion to add extra crunch.

From childhood friends to co-founders, Trey McMillan and Malcolm Jenkins bring their diverse (totally oyster un-related and awesome) experience in professional fishing, marketing, and travel to this new venture. You’ll see what I mean when you visit their website. I actually LOL’d. Thx for the intro & great shucking Holy City Oyster Maven
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#eatlowco #charleston #southcarolina #oysterlove #oysters #oystersommelier #eeeeeats #shellfish #seafood #sustainableseafood #seafoodwatch #triploid #oysterdiscoveries #inahalfshell #risenbrine #acebasin

N E W . O Y S T E R . D I S C O V E R Y: Lowcountry Cups from Lowcountry Oyster Co. are grown in the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge of South Carolina, one of the largest undeveloped wetland ecosystems along the Atlantic Coast. #FunFact: ACE = Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto Rivers. These triploid Virginicas grow crazy fast in floating cages and have remarkably sturdy cups, distinctive rings of ridges. Impressive meat-to-shell ratio and great meaty texture. Flavor characteristics: medium brine (currently 27 ppt), sautéed mushroom and sunflower seed, short and sweet finish. Occasional pea crab inclusion to add extra crunch.

From childhood friends to co-founders, Trey McMillan and Malcolm Jenkins bring their diverse (totally oyster un-related and awesome) experience in professional fishing, marketing, and travel to this new venture. You’ll see what I mean when you visit their website. I actually LOL’d. Thx for the intro & great shucking Holy City Oyster Maven
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#eatlowco #charleston #southcarolina #oysterlove #oysters #oystersommelier #eeeeeats #shellfish #seafood #sustainableseafood #seafoodwatch #triploid #oysterdiscoveries #inahalfshell #risenbrine #acebasin
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1 week ago

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Fantastic #oyster service and dinner at The Ordinary in Charleston with Chef Mike Lata and team. Featuring Clammer Dave's Sustainable Gourmet’s finest Caper’s Blades and his just-harvested local stone crabs and clams, Phat Ladies by Lady's Island Oyster, and Sea Clouds by Barrier Island Oyster Co. WOW. SC #oysters are on their game. Nicely shucked too. Other noteworthy dishes: Red Porgy #crudo with American Hackleback Sturgeon Caviar, the iconic #Smoked Oysters with Buttered Saltines & Hot Sauce, Crispy Oyster #Slider with #homemade Hawaiian roll (you had me at Hawaiian roll, tbh), and a third-date-seal-the-deal South Carolina Shrimp Toast *not pictured because I ate it too quickly.
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Since its opening in 2012, The Ordinary in Charleston has been on my “to eat” list, as their social handle so kindly persuades you to do. Finally after six long years, I made it…to both The Ordinary and to Charleston for the first time! Certainly not the last. Thank you so so so much for the wonderfully warm hospitality.
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#oysters #oysterlove #oystersommelier #charleston #willtravelforoysters #livingmybestlife #southcarolina #mikelata #eattheordinary #seaclouds #baytobar #eeeeeats #tlpicks #seafood #seafoodaddicts #saturday #oystertravels @ The Ordinary
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Looks incredible.....amazing....but not fair....! I’m in NJ not Charleston. : /

Looks incredible.....amazing....but not fair....! I’m in NJ not Charleston. : /

Welcome to Charleston! 🍍

Frank Nelson—I want to go here!!!

2 weeks ago

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Experience Maine #oysters like never before at the new Damariscotta Oyster Celebration from June 14-16. Then youll understand why Im so obsessed with this region of oyster cultivation. https://www.damariscottaoyster.com/

Experience Maine #oysters like never before at the new Damariscotta Oyster Celebration from June 14-16. Then you'll understand why I'm so obsessed with this region of oyster cultivation. https://www.damariscottaoyster.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Deanna LaMantia let's go!!

Thanks for sharing!! One of my greatest oyster memories was buying oysters at Glidden Point Oyster Sea Farm in Edgecomb, Maine and getting a shucking lesson (on a wild Maine Belon oyster) from the legendary Barb Scully herself. I hope I can make it back to Edgecomb/Damariscotta for this festival!

Wish I could be there! We have friends in Boothbay!

Hoping to be there!

3 weeks ago

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Sooo I thought I had a good grasp on how tides work...I was completely wrong. This video from NeildeGrasse Tyson blew me away. How many of you learned a thing or two from this lesson? https://youtu.be/dBwNadry-TUA deep dive into the complex, beautiful phenomenon of tides with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice. Get a closer look at https://brilliant.org/StarTalk wher... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Every day is a school day!!

Don’t make no difference tho

2 months ago

In A Half Shell

Loved this Wine & Brine experience!! Put it on your oyster bucket list.

Matador Network
Paddle your glass off 🚣‍🍷
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Alexandra Fresen this is seriously one my bucket list! I will make this one happen!

Brad Stephens

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