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Old 20-12-2017, 11:07 PM
Albert Tatlock
 
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Originally Posted by TravellingRed
Oysters are a traditional, working class food.
Used to be in pies didn't they ? Beef and oyster pies I think. Cheapest cut of beef, slow cooked in it's own juices. Add oysters to bulk it up and pop it in a hot crust pastry and bake.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 06:03 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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There's a runny cheese in boiled onions thread somewhere, that balances it out a bit
food of the gods



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champagne socialists absolutely f***ing stinking this thread out

i'd say i'm shocked, but i'm not.
Who you calling a f***ing socialist?
 
Old 21-12-2017, 07:14 AM
Mass Bronkeys
 
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Hed zeem a foo munths egu set in a neece-a restoorunt in Munterey Bey, Celeeffurneea. Feeneger und Tebescu I theenk it ves. Lufely.

Treeed tu reprudooce-a letely veet oones frum zee Erndele-a feesh merket und feeeled meeserebly. Zee setteeng helps, ploos oopeneeng zeem veet roosty pleeers deedn't ixectly toorn zee veeffe-a oon
 
Old 21-12-2017, 09:57 AM
dodger
 
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Any fans? Developed a serious relationship with them recently, local fish mongers in Lytham sells them, being buying them by the dozen on a Saturday. Bit of horseradish and Tabasco sauce, delicious. If you've never had them, give them a whirl, just a bit of a pain to open. Champagne socialist reds.
Lanigans? What a great shop, take me right back to my childhood.
I like an oyster, Natives are preferable to Rock oysters though, they're meatier imo. I used to buy them on the harbour where i live for 40p each but as the town has become popular they prices have gone stupid so i don't bother any more. Shame.


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Place near us you can go down to the beach with a screwdriver and hammer and chip em off the rocks.
This isn't a good idea. Quite a lot of them carry Campylobactor and need filtering in clean water a for a days before being eaten. If you eat them off the beach you can be shitting through the eye of a needle and puking your ring up in no time. I know this because it happened to me
 
Old 21-12-2017, 10:13 AM
believe
 
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This isn't a good idea. Quite a lot of them carry Campylobactor and need filtering in clean water a for a days before being eaten. If you eat them off the beach you can be shitting through the eye of a needle and puking your ring up in no time. I know this because it happened to me
He eats boiled cheese so I doubt he's had a solid shit for a while.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 10:15 AM
Bunker Buster
 
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Really craving a cheap beef and oyster pie.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 06:27 PM
red in cumbria
 
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Really craving a cheap beef and oyster pie.
Had one once, it was indeed lush

(the only time I have ever eaten oysters, as said upthread I have never had them on their own)
 
Old 21-12-2017, 07:01 PM
TravellingRed
 
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Lanigans? What a great shop, take me right back to my childhood.
I like an oyster, Natives are preferable to Rock oysters though, they're meatier imo. I used to buy them on the harbour where i live for 40p each but as the town has become popular they prices have gone stupid so i don't bother any more. Shame.




This isn't a good idea. Quite a lot of them carry Campylobactor and need filtering in clean water a for a days before being eaten. If you eat them off the beach you can be shitting through the eye of a needle and puking your ring up in no time. I know this because it happened to me
Yep from Lanigans, great shop. Just been in today for some venison for Christmas dinner. Picked up a dozen oysters whilst I was at it for this weekend.
 
Old 21-12-2017, 07:44 PM
Denis Irwell
 
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Originally Posted by dodger
Lanigans? What a great shop, take me right back to my childhood.
I like an oyster, Natives are preferable to Rock oysters though, they're meatier imo. I used to buy them on the harbour where i live for 40p each but as the town has become popular they prices have gone stupid so i don't bother any more. Shame.




This isn't a good idea. Quite a lot of them carry Campylobactor and need filtering in clean water a for a days before being eaten. If you eat them off the beach you can be shitting through the eye of a needle and puking your ring up in no time. I know this because it happened to me
Seafood can be dodgy at the best of times, Dodger but this spot is pretty popular amongst locals so the risk must be pretty minimal. Agree thereís always a bit of a risk even if you eat an unopened one after cooking - but even that doesnít necessarily mean itís bad. You can come a cropper buying them commercially. Same with other seafoods for that matter.
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