This time of the year has us reaching for all the comfort food. So we decided to put a Little Wicomico Oyster twist on an old favorite with this oyster and cheesy grits recipe. This oyster recipe uses our fresh shucked, jarred oysters and is oh-so-simple but plates beautifully.
Oysters for breakfast? Better believe it! As the cooler mornings start to creep in, we think fondly of cozy mornings here on the homestead. We had to dig out this family recipe for one of our favorite hearty oyster breakfasts served over toast which dates back to 1980 – Oysters Cock-a-Cilla.
Ready for a bit of indulgence? These cheesy garlic oysters with spinach and bacon are a creamy-rich delight that is great for sharing. But, don’t worry, if you want to eat them all yourself, we won’t tell anyone.
Little Wicomico Oysters on a Half Shell make entertaining a breeze! Our pre-shucked oysters on a half shell arrive frozen and ready for fixings (no need to thaw!). This oyster recipe features garlic and parsley compound butter for a super simple but oh-so-flavorful and beautiful dish. We used our frozen oysters here, but you can use any ofour fresh-caught oystersto make this tasty treat.
Press visits the Little Wicomico Oyster Company to see how Virginia’s world famous oysters are farmed and harvested, then to "High Pressure Processing of Virginia" or "HPP" to see their high-tech method of processing the "Shuckless Oyster." All next on Made in Virginia.