Posts Tagged ‘Oysters’

Fish and Oysters Wrapped with Prosciutto

If you can’t find prosciutto, a dry-cured lightly smoked Italian ham, use bacon. If you use bacon, partially cook it before wrapping the fish and oysters. And you can leave out the oysters if you want, but it does add a nice dimension to this dish. PrintFish and Oysters Wrapped with Prosciutto Serving Size: 6…

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Fish Creole

Of the dozens of Creole-style fish recipes I’ve tried, this one is the easiest and best tasting. The beauty of the dish is that you can use either one type of lean, firm fish or an assortment of fish and shellfish, depending on what is available. Try this dish with halibut, sea bass, cod, snapper,…

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Hangtown Fry

Placerville, CA…This recipe dates back to 1849 when it was created to satisfy the palates of prosperous gold miners who felt the need to spoil themselves with food and drink. Fresh oysters would have to be transported to the gold-rich country from the San Francisco Bay area, over 100 miles away. Eggs required delicate handling…

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Duck and Smoked Oyster Appetizer

A campside specialty of Devin Grundy, owner of Grundy Concrete in Folsom, CA.  Devin’s recipes aren’t too exact, but they don’t really need to be.  This one is so simple and so very good! But a good canned smoked oyster – you get what you pay for. PrintDuck and Smoked Oyster Appetizer Ingredients4 duck breast…

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