Oysters Oh My

Oysters Oh My




Oysters at I got your Crabs tonight. OMG these were the biggest I have ever seen. Wife got them and needed a knife to cut most in half to eat. OMG. I had the local snow crab legs Big grin




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The local crab legs are the best when you can get them.



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Oysters at I got your Crabs tonight. OMG these were the biggest I have ever seen. Wife got them and needed a knife to cut most in half to eat. OMG. I had the local snow crab legs Big grin

Tim-OBX



Fuggin Feast! Lookin good man!


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Okay Tim, I love that you were able to get "local" crab legs. I thought Spider Crabs were out if season! Raised my attention.


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I got your Crabs is legit. I have ordered steamed bushels of blues to go, and eaten in the restaurant and everything I have had was spot on. I also appreciate the family side of the business.


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Okay Tim, I love that you were able to get "local" crab legs. I thought Spider Crabs were out if season! Raised my attention.

Pickle


Nice looking oysters, Tim. It's a month with a "R" in it so they're extra large and tasty!

Click to follow link...

Japanese spider crab ACKKKKK! OMG smiley Laughing smiley


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I have been lucky to get huge Pemaquids here locally. They look to be about the same size as yours Tim. I have to pop the hinge with a screwdriver because they are so strong.


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They told me they came from the James River.


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I got some super nice ones this year from the Rappahannock and Piankatank. There is a movement underway to promote oyster farming in the Chesapeake region. Looks like it is working. They seem to be saltier than past years.


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Seasides from the Eastern Shore....very salty.


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I got some super nice ones this year from the Rappahannock and Piankatank. There is a movement underway to promote oyster farming in the Chesapeake region. Looks like it is working. They seem to be saltier than past years.

wayne
Yes to Piankatank River oysters! Years ago I was a state police SCUBA diver, and we always scheduled our winter months training dives at the Rt. 3 bridge due to the oysters from a upstream farm attaching themselves to the
bridge pylons. As I ascended, a Marine Resources Police boat approached. Knowing volumes about motor vehicle code, but nothing about shellfish rules and regs, I kept my "goodie bag" submerged as I talked to the officers. After about 30 minutes, one officer asked me about what I had in the bag, I told him "Oysters, but I don't know the legal size." He looked at them and said, "The small ones make the best stews anyway." Embaressed smiley


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[QUOTE Yes to Piankatank River oysters! Years ago I was a state police SCUBA diver, and we always scheduled our winter months training dives at the Rt. 3 bridge due to the oysters from a upstream farm attaching themselves to the
bridge pylons. As I ascended, a Marine Resources Police boat approached. Knowing volumes about motor vehicle code, but nothing about shellfish rules and regs, I kept my "goodie bag" submerged as I talked to the officers. After about 30 minutes, one officer asked me about what I had in the bag, I told him "Oysters, but I don't know the legal size." He looked at them and said, "The small ones make the best stews anyway." Embaressed smiley

ultrahog99


Good story, I assume you were a diver with the Virginia State Police? Thanks for your service. My father was with the VSP for 38 years. I have always held the VSP in very high regard.

And oh yeah, I Got Your Crabs has awesome seafood, service and atmosphere!


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Those are beauties! Makes my mouth water!


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[QUOTE Yes to Piankatank River oysters! Years ago I was a state police SCUBA diver, and we always scheduled our winter months training dives at the Rt. 3 bridge due to the oysters from a upstream farm attaching themselves to the
bridge pylons. As I ascended, a Marine Resources Police boat approached. Knowing volumes about motor vehicle code, but nothing about shellfish rules and regs, I kept my "goodie bag" submerged as I talked to the officers. After about 30 minutes, one officer asked me about what I had in the bag, I told him "Oysters, but I don't know the legal size." He looked at them and said, "The small ones make the best stews anyway." Embaressed smiley

ultrahog99


Good story, I assume you were a diver with the Virginia State Police? Thanks for your service. My father was with the VSP for 38 years. I have always held the VSP in very high regard.

And oh yeah, I Got Your Crabs has awesome seafood, service and atmosphere!

W&M OBX
Thank you W&M. I probably know your father if he served between 1975 - 2009.



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Oysters at I got your Crabs tonight. OMG these were the biggest I have ever seen. Wife got them and needed a knife to cut most in half to eat. OMG. I had the local snow crab legs Big grin

Tim-OBX


Looks yummy. Judging by the brown paper you were eating in? They offering eating in now? What's the going rate for the dozen now?


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Oysters at I got your Crabs tonight. OMG these were the biggest I have ever seen. Wife got them and needed a knife to cut most in half to eat. OMG. I had the local snow crab legs Big grin

Tim-OBX


Looks yummy. Judging by the brown paper you were eating in? They offering eating in now? What's the going rate for the dozen now?

mmoran


You can eat in and they clean everything in there all the time even before this virus. I am not sure what the price was but not cheap.


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