North Carolina Oyster Recipes Oyster Stew with Melted Brie Our oyster stew is coastal with a continental twist. Wrightsville Beach Oyster Stew Fresh oysters are the key ingredient in this
Our oyster stew is coastal with a continental twist.
Fresh oysters are the key ingredient in this classic stew.
Some people might quibble over whether this type of dressing is the same thing as oyster pie. Well, it might be, but not on Thanksgiving.
Use oyster liquor or clam juice to make a snack that’s deliciously fried and full of flavor.
The world is your oyster — and so is this salad.
Original to the Rudisill oyster supper, this classic combo makes for a memorable meal.
Join a veteran shucker for a lesson in the art of opening an oyster.
The education of oysterman and teacher Ryan Bethea started on land with one brave slurp. Now, his sustainably harvested Harkers Island oysters are prized throughout the state.
Find out what three experts have to say about the mighty mollusk and why oysters are so important to our coast. Plus, find how to shuck ’em and the tastiest way to eat ’em.
In 1890, tensions between native Ocracokers and marauding outsiders came to a head. At the center of the conflict? A small but valuable shellfish.
The tastiest oysters come from the unlikeliest of places: the silt and mud of Stump Sound.
Lin Peterson, co-owner of Raleigh-based Locals Seafood and an expert on the art of shucking oysters, demonstrates two different ways to open and enjoy these tasty mollusks.
Nothing beats a North Carolina oyster plucked straight from the saltwater. Just ask Morehead City restaurateur Sammy Boyd.