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Classic Seafood Recipes & Fish Recipes
Shellfish Recipes: Clams, Crab, Lobster, Oysters, Scallops & Shrimp

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OYSTER RECIPES

 Raw Oysters (1884)
 Oysters On Ice (1884)
 Broiled Oysters (1896)
 Oysters In Brown Sauce (1896)
 Cooked In The Shells (1884)
 Creamed Oysters (1884)
 Oysters in Crusts (1884)
 Curried Oysters (1845)
 Devilled Oysters (1896)
 Fricasseed Oysters (1884)
 Oyster Fricassee (1896)
 Fried Oysters (1851)
 Fried Oysters (1884)
 Oyster Fritters (1851)
 Oysters and Macaroni (1896)
 Oyster Macaroni Croquettes (1896)
 Pickled Oysters (1851)
 Pickled Oysters
 Oyster Pie (1851)
 Pigs in Blankets (1884)
 Scalloped Oysters (1884)
 Scalloped Oysters (1896)
 Scolloped Oysters (1858)
 Scolloped Oysters (1851)
 Scalloped Oysters (1903)
 Smothered Oysters (1884)
 To Stew Oysters (1845)
 Stewed Oysters (1851)


Clam Recipes
Crab Recipes
Lobster Recipes
Scallop Recipes
Shrimp Recipes

OYSTERS COOKED IN THE SHELLS
(Mrs. Lincoln's Boston Cook Book, 1884)

Wash and scrub the shells, and put them in a pan with the round side down (to hold the juice), and cook either in a hot oven, on the top of a hot stove, on a gridiron over the coals, or in a steamer, ten to twenty minutes.

When the shells open, the oysters are done.

Remove the upper shell; season the oyster on the lower shell with butter, pepper, salt, and vinegar, and serve at once.

Or take from the shells, put into a hot dish, season, and serve immediately.

There is no other way of cooking the oyster in which the natural flavor is so fully developed.
 

 

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