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Category: Oysters
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What Kind of Wine Goes Well With Oysters

What wine goes with oysters? Oysters are typically served with lemon, but no rule says you can’t have them with wine instead! There are numerous wines to try, but your personal preferences will determine the best one. For example, if you prefer sweeter wines, a sparkling rosé would compliment this delicacy and vice versa for…

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Can Oysters Make You Feel Drunk?

Oysters can cause a person to feel drunk due to their high level of alcohol content and other proteins and minerals that can send their blood alcohol level skyrocketing very rapidly. There is an enzyme called tyrosine decarboxylase, which degrades the drinking alcohol into neurotransmitter dopamine that makes you feel intoxicated or euphoric, just like…

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wine seafood pairings at the oyster bar in may

5 Healthy Seafood and Wine Pairings

Try new fresh seafood – wine matchings to enrich your dining experience with the Oyster Bar upgraded menu, Chuckanut Drive! The benefits of eating seafood Pleasant weather signals a natural urge to sit outside, sipping a glass of fine wine with a light meal. The terrace of Oyster Bar calls for relaxing and enjoying beautiful…

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Oysters Delicious

Are Oysters Delicious?

We shall take a deep dive into the ocean to find out what makes Oysters delicious, but firstly, let’s know who these Oysters guys are. WHAT ARE OYSTERS Oysters are saltwater animals that live in marine habitats such as bays and oceans. They are a vital part of the ecosystem because of their ability to…

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pacific oysters

Understand Oyster Eating In The Pacific Northwest

When it comes to oyster eating in the Pacific Northwest, there are a few things that you need to know. You need to know things like the types of oysters followed by what the oyster names mean, and when is the best time to eat oysters. In turn, you will have a better understanding of…

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History of Eating Northwest Pacific Oysters

The Natives Centuries before the arrival of European settlement, the native tribes on the Pacific Northwest coast consumed animals from the sea. The Siwash or “Fish Eaters” included oysters in their diet. This was evident when large piles of discarded shells were discovered, with specimens dating back to 3000-4000 years. Back then, the natives used…

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Smoked Salmon chowder, Fresh northwest seafood, oyster bar

The 4 Seasons of Seafood at the Oyster Bar

Seafood, like fruit and vegetables, has its seasons. Let’s learn how to incorporate in-season seafood of the Pacific Northwest into our diets and benefit from it! 3 benefits of seafood seasonality Health: caught undeveloped properly fish lacks minerals, nutrients, and vitamins. Economic:  a seasonal increase in supply makes fish more affordable. Sustainable: seafood populations migrate…

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Fun Oyster Recipe

There are a lot of ways to prepare oysters. You may not have a lot of experience creating oysters in fun, new way. But, we have you covered with this Pacific Northwest recipe that will help you see and taste oysters with a fresh perspective. Yaquina Bay Sandwich Of Oysters If you are a fan…

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The Art of Oysters

When it comes to oysters, you probably think about your experience eating them. However, one person from Bellevue, Washington, has decided to make them into an art project. As people brainstorm landscaping and hardscaping projects, stone, gravel, and concrete are usually on the minds of individuals. But, oyster shells might be the newest trend for…

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Best Oysters in the Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Oyster Most oysters grown in the Pacific Northwest are Pacific Oysters. In the 21st Century, Washington state harvests 98% of these oysters, and they come a lot of different ways. Some Pacific Oysters are petite in size, while others are quite portly. Some can be harsh, while others have sweet tastes. In April…

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Featured Wine: Woodward Canyon 2016 Nelms Road Cabernet Sauvignon

Enticing aromas of black currant, olive, spices, tobacco, and lead pencil. Deep red in color. In the mouth the wine offers savory blueberry fruit, mature tannins, beautiful texture and a long generous finish.

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