Saturday, November 19, 2011

FRESH OUT OF WATER

My brother-in-law Ted Missildine and friend Tim Hatch brought these darlings right from the bay to our table!  Can I tell you they were to die for?  They were. Best this year.  Thanks, gentlemen!

I make the sauce with horseradish, ketchup, soy sauce, and the Asian sweet chile sauce.  I have no idea of the amounts of each, other than ketchup and horseradish are the main ingredients, so just add until it is perfect!!

And sautéed with crusty french bread..

Ted will not give me the recipe for this.  jk.

IF YOU MISSED...
Teresa
xoxo
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9 comments :

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Oh my...I would love to show up for these. I'll bring the wine. XO, Mona

Sarah Klassen said...

How divine, my friend -- you are lucky, indeed! Delicious...

Hope you are enjoying the weekend!

x
Sarah

Karena said...

Oh yum Teresa, a favorite of mine, especially with that great sause.

Thank you so much for your well wishes. I am doing better every day!

Love and Hugs,

Karena
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vicki archer said...

They look scrumptious Teresa... I like them natural... just as you have served them... xv

The enchanted home said...

YUMMMMM.....these look heavenly. I bet they were delicious. Enjoy your Sunday...

Ivy and Elephants said...

These look scrumptious! I'll have to give your sauce a try.
Patti

Renée Finberg said...

i love fresh oysters,
these look so yummy.

xxx

eclecticrevisited said...

these look heavenly....
and what could be better for a Sunday Supper too!
best,
maureen

shiree segerstrom said...

Looks delicious! I learned to enjoy oysters in San Francisco at Zuni Cafe near Market. I love them raw with horseradish, lemon, and cocktail sauce. Mouth watering. Shiree'

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