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Truth be told, I’m not a big fan of oysters. I think my closest interaction with them was at a party for the President of Romania at Harvard University one evening years back. Everyone was swallowing whole slimy marinated oyster bodies off the halved shells – everyone but me that is. I didn’t grow up in a place where fresh seafood could be found daily. We did have oyster stew at home with those little oyster crackers, come to think of it – but I only ate the milky broth. I’ve learned a great deal about those inside the know when it comes to sea faring food finds thanks to my husband’s family. Some of them seed for oysters. His friends collect them from their beach front property and make special recipes, good to be sure. Even still, I can’t bring myself to eat the age old oyster. I do however fancy the look of their shells. Perhaps that’s the first step in becoming a connoisseur.
Taken on the shore of the Puget Sound, outside of Shelton, Washington, the United States of America.
Captured June 21, 2011
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