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Comment from: kat [Visitor]
katit sounds pretty darn good to me as a chowder instead of a stew even....
11/11/08 @ 12:19
Comment from: krysta [Visitor]
krystaummm... raising my hand sheepishly... i really don't care for ice cream. i'd eat that stew any day before eating ice cream.
11/11/08 @ 13:39
Comment from: sharon [Visitor]
sharonI hear you about not wanting to sit in front of a computer all day!

Though I'm a seafood freak, I cannot count myself among the ranks of oyster lovers. However, if I were to enjoy them, it'd be in this stew!
11/11/08 @ 13:45
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
Donaldkat: it was. maybe add some potatoes, huh?

krysta: no ice cream!!!!??? wtf?

sharon: no oysters? i think there may be those who love them and those who don't. i could eat them and any other mollusk forever!
11/11/08 @ 14:47
Comment from: Muse in the Kitchen [Visitor]
Muse in the KitchenI will count myself with the non-purist oyster lovers :)I do love them raw on the half shell, but oh my give me fried oysters and I'm in seventh heaven (my sister made fried oysters over the Thanksgiving weekend last month (I'm in Canada) and that surpassed the turkey for me! This looks like a great oyster stew recipe.
11/11/08 @ 18:05
Comment from: Melissa [Visitor]
Melissa*also raising hand*

I don't care for ice cream either. I'm not surprised about Krysta - she and I always say we're twins. ;)

I have never eaten an oyster, as I told you. I will definitely make the effort at some point though. I wish you lived closer so I could let you do it for me. :p

11/11/08 @ 19:41
Comment from: Kavs [Visitor]
KavsComing from a part of the globe where soups and so on are usually clear, is there a difference between chowder and stew? Either way, it looks hearty for a rainy day!

p/s: Don, you know i love your pics but that 2nd shot of the oysters got me picturing something entirely different... something out of my old high school bio lab...

11/11/08 @ 20:40
Comment from: Abby @ mangerlaville [Visitor]
Abby @ mangerlavilleYou don't want to skimp on the quality of your oysters, because it is simply dangerous. They look beautiful. I have never had an oyster stew, but since I love seafood as well, I would probably love it.
11/12/08 @ 09:24
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
Donaldmuse: thanks. i have make fried oysters soon!

melissa: no ice cream!!!! what's wrong with you and krysta...oh...come to think of it, i haven't seen you to in the same room. weird. oh you have to have some oysters. try them on the half shell with Tabasco!

kavs: lol pass out the scalpels and get to work!
this should give you good reference on soups, stews, and chowders: http://homecooking.about.com/library/weekly/blsoupgloss.htm

abby: i know that's right! one could get really, really sick.
11/12/08 @ 09:51
Comment from: Sophie [Visitor]
SophieI'm also a big seafood fan, it never gets old. You're right, perfect Fall/Winter soup right here!
11/12/08 @ 11:41
Comment from: Melissa [Visitor]
MelissaMmm Tabasco.

I promise I'll try them sometime Don, just for you! ;)
11/12/08 @ 17:20
Comment from: Lisa Grant [Visitor]
Lisa GrantI am funny about oysters. I like the small Md or eastern shore ones but don't like the big goopy Pacific oysters. The stew looks delicious.
11/12/08 @ 17:24
Comment from: Kim [Visitor]
KimDonald, do you want to believe that I have never had oyster stew. I am a big clam fan and learning to appreciate oysters. You did a splendid job as it looks just wonderful!
11/12/08 @ 20:14
Comment from: Heather [Visitor]
HeatherDonald, did you know that oyster stew is the only way I like oysters? I don't even care for them fried in a po'boy, this is THE only way I like them. And you >:XX nailed it.
11/13/08 @ 02:30
claudia (cook eat FRET)i love this, even if it is soupy. i'll take a soupy, creamy oystery dish anytime at all. sounds wonderful... i'm an oyster lovah.
11/13/08 @ 03:18
Comment from: Donald [Member] Email
Donaldsophie: thanks. this really is the time of year where soups take center stage.

melissa: good deal! can't wait to hear.

lisa: i've never been too picky but i know people who are.

kim: never? you need to get some into that southern kitchen of yours.

heather: really? i love a good po'boy especially with fried oysters.

claudia: thanks. the flavor was excellent; even better then next day after a slow reheat.
11/13/08 @ 04:57
[eatingclub] vancouver || jsThat looks good, really good. I have half a jar of oysters in the fridge, but I've been too lazy to do anything with it the past couple of days. Maybe I'll try this stew.
11/14/08 @ 20:05
Comment from: Foodycat [Visitor]
FoodycatThere is an MFK Fischer story about oyster stew that has always fascinated me - but I have never tried it! I don't like raw oysters but I like the flavour when they are lightly cooked, so I suspect I would love this.
11/17/08 @ 16:59

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