Episode 86: Mine Oyster

Sometimes (often) our videos are about what I’m in the mood to eat.  Such was the case in this all too short trip we took along the Rappahannock River.  It was just long enough to give you a look into the sustainability of oysters.  They are pretty remarkable, and if you are in an Oyster growing region, I recommend you partake as soon as possible.  Winter is the season!

  • Joel

    So how were they, Daniel?

    • Anonymous

      they were delicious, although quite different. not much brine, more sweetness.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jean-Pierre-Rousseau/100001948467278 Jean Pierre Rousseau

        excuse my ignorance daniel but how do you suggest a débutant that doesent know anything about oysters should start eating them without grossing out.i did taste some raw in prince edward iland last summer and i found them verry salty,so i did not have second. your show is awsome thank you verry much for the effort you both put in .goodbye and good luck.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1481471171 Carmela Gonzales

    I really loved this video. I’m all for sustainability of oysters. Ostreaphiles unite!

  • http://twitter.com/kevinkossowan Kevin Kossowan

    So which part would make Mirra sick, the boat or the oyster…?

    • Anonymous

      the boat? she’s gotten sick on several of them. although not this time. the oyster she ate!

  • Kevin

    I like the shtick that you and Mirra have developed…

    • Anonymous

      trying to mix it up a bit. also, I like having Mirra in the videos

      • DuskwindFarm

        We like seeing Mira too!