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My way of BBQ'n Oysters

 
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marvsbbq
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28 07 10:53 pm    Post subject: My way of BBQ'n Oysters Reply with quote

I start with fresh shucked oysters from Costco.

Using a muffin tin, (has 6 cups) I put about 2 TBLS of butter in each cup.

Add a little garlic (I like lots)

Add a shot or 2 of Worcestershire sauce

Put on smoker to melt butter

Put 2-3 oysters in each cup and stir around so oyster is covered and more or less sumereged.

Put on hot end of smoker and cook until the edges start to trun (wrinkle) 5-7 min depending on how hot your smoker is.

Remove and stir (this stirs the smoke that is laying on the butter)

The butter will be reduced some and the oyster will be firm

Add a shot or 2 of your favorite HOT sauce and eat up........

When I serve these at parties, I place cleaned oyster shells (I keep these on hand) on a tray over a thick bed of rock salt. (the rock salt keeps the shells upright. Then place 2-3 oysters in each shell then add the hot sauce and serve.....
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PWF_Cook



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 29 10 1:47 am    Post subject: More on Oysters Reply with quote

Your method sounds wonderful.

Many years ago I s\used to be a commercial shrimper. Sometimes during the winter when it was too rough to go out we fired up a grill at the dock parking lot. Got some bags of unshucked oysters and when the fire got hot put the oysters on the grill. They steamed in their own juices and popped open. Took them off as soon as they opened, dug them out, dipped them in melter butter, and did that until they were gone.

A little beer, some bread and crackers, and if we indulged too long to drive back home then back to the boat for a nap.

Many years ago.
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grill-guy



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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23 10 10:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

how did you get the oysters out their shell? Or did they come un-shelled? I tried those funny knives could never get the hang of them.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23 10 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I buy them already shelled from Costco 36 CT jar for $9.99
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26 10 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

grill-guy wrote:
how did you get the oysters out their shell? Or did they come un-shelled? I tried those funny knives could never get the hang of them.

Really Shocked !

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5DXV1pdGtU

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