« Wisconsin Traditions by Pat Killen | Main | A Finger Food Delight for Your Next Party »

August 18, 2007

Comments

Barbara Boehner Ryan

This recipe is almost exactly like the one my mother used to make including the potatoes. She also added some peas and sometimes a little pimento for color. She made it in a deep dish and my dad shucked the oysters fresh in Sept. after a trip to Bivalve, NJ, to get them right off the oyster schooner. It was soooo delicious!!

Diane Wiley

We just had a luscious meal of Oyster Pie using your wonderful recipe. I wasn't the cook, but the cook improvised by adding fried bacon crumbles and it was fabulous! Thank you SO much for this recipe. The cook got freshly shucked oysters from a local seafood distributor and it turned out that a pound was 14 oysters. The recipe called for 12 "or more", and the two extra fat juicy oysters made the pie very moist. She served a tomato, arugula, opnion salad and green beans with it. Perfect combination. Is this making your mouth water? Couldn't ask for anything better! Thanks again,

viagra online

That takes some work. There's really no need for a bib when you're munching on blue crabs in Baltimore, but I see why you need one for these.

Coach Outlet

Anyway, we had a really fantastic holiday. I love to staying with them. There are so much laugh and happiness

Shox Running Shoes

Remember, those in your life care about who you are, not what you do.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 07/2007