Hood canal oysters

Duration: 13min 44sec Views: 1539 Submitted: 02.02.2020
Category: Small Tits
Recipe courtesy of Xinh Dwelley, celebrated seafood chef, Shelton, WA even the non-oyster eaters love these. Combine ingredients in a blender and blend. Store in fridge until ready to prepare grilled oysters. Place oysters on hot grill in shell. Cook oysters are light brown and cheese has melted, minutes.

Hood Canal Oyster

Shellfish — Explore Hood Canal

Puget Sound reaches into Washington State like an arm dipping into a barrel. Its upper arm abuts Seattle, its elbow bends at Tacoma, and at Olympia it spreads five fingers into the land. Those five long, narrow inlets— Hammersley , Little Skookum , Totten , Eld , and Budd—comprise some of the most famous oyster appellations in the Northwest. Budd reaches directly into downtown Olympia and is closed to shellfishing, but the other four are thick with amazingly fast-growing oysters and clams. Each inlet has its distinctions, but they all contribute that characteristic South Sound flavor—full, rich, intense, more sweet than salty, a hint of cooked greens or seaweed, bordering on musky. An extraordinary two hundred miles from the open sea, the South Sound has relatively low salinity; the sea is less of a factor.

Oysters - Live, Pacific, Hood Canal, Farmed, USA - NOT AVAILABLE

Many State Parks and DNR beaches are open for public harvesting; all you need is a license, boots, bucket and a sense of adventure! Prefer to have the harvesting done for you? Pick up fresh oysters at one of the local markets or be shellfish and immerse yourself by staying at an oyster resort or visiting a farm for a tour! Beach fresh oysters, clams, mussels and geoduck are available at locations throughout the area.
We always make a stop here for the best oysters around. They have a saloon set up outside where you can get a beer and have a whole Dungeness crab or some shooters. A bunch of attractions are nearby. Hoodsport and Lake Cushman to the south, Dosewallips and Duckabush rivers to the north. Shellfish: check!