Types of Oysters
Oysters are served all over the country. Some are served cooked, while others are served raw. There are five main types of oysters used in the United States. Next time you are eating oysters, you can know more about that kind....
edit]. A number of bivalve molluscs (other than true oysters and pearl oysters)
also have common names that include the ...
Mar 4, 2014 ... The Big 5: Breaking down oyster types. The name of an oyster sometimes is a
nod to their home waters (such as Wellfleet oysters from Wellfleet ...
OysterFinder is a complete alphabetical index of oysters in the Oyster Guide with
new discoveries added regularly. Oysters link to tasting info and maps.
Kumamotos are widely cultivated in Japan and the West Coast. Today "bluepoint oyster
" is often used as a general term for any Atlantic oyster
served on the half-shell (i.e. "New Jersey bluepoints" and "Virginia bluepoints"), which, if you know they are all the same spe... More »
Aug 17, 2015 ... An essential guide to the types of oysters. Because most oysters sold today are
commercially cultivated, a wide selection is often available both ...
Descriptions of the 5 types of oysters in North America: Pacific Oyster, Kumamoto,
Olympia, Eastern or Atlantic Oyster, and Euopean Flat (Belon).
Types of Oysters. Léon-Paul Fargue (1876 – 1947) was a famous French poet
and essayist. As he was an oyster lover, he says “Eating oyster is like kissing the
Jan 5, 2013 ... There are two kinds of people who eat oysters. There's the Charming-I-Love-
Oysters person, and there's the I-Am-Trying-Too-Hard-To-Be-Sexy ...
Sep 24, 2013 ... From Belons to Beau Soleils, oysters come in more varieties than ever these
days. Fortunately, the perfect slurp is just a FedEx truck away.