Oysters - Fresh, Beach Babe, Rhode Island (100 count)

Oysters - Fresh, Beach Babe, Rhode Island (100 count)

Precio habitual $125.00 Precio de oferta $88.00 Guardar $37.00
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Beach Babe Oyster – Narragansett Bay
Fresh from the sparkling tidal flows of Narragansett Bay, this small cocktail oyster is a sight for sore eyes.  Deep cups, brine that knocks your socks off and a salty finish that will leave you wanting one more are packed into this 2 - 2 ½" treat from Salt Water Farms.  They are available for the longest days of the year.  Get 'em while you can.

Unshucked. 100 count sack.

Please inspect all LIVE SEAFOOD purchases at pickup.  Live oysters are FINAL SALE.

Market Price: prices are subject to change.

Limited quantities available.

Cooking Tips

Oysters are tender creatures. They should never be heated too quickly or too long. As soon as the mantle starts to curl, they’re done. For a classic presentation, try Oysters Rockefeller — broiled in their shells on pans of salt, topped with bacon, breadcrumbs, butter and scallions. Though oysters are often served on the halfshell, people in high-risk categories should avoid raw shellfish.

  • Place the Oysters in a colander, and rinse them with cold running water. Scrub each shell with a brush to remove any dirt or debris. 
  • Place the oyster in between a kitchen towel with flat side up and hinge sticking out (where shells taper together). To protect your hand, you can also fold a kitchen towel lengthwise into thirds. Wrap the kitchen towel over one hand and use it to hold the oyster firmly on a flat surface.
  • Using an oyster shucking knife in the other hand, place the tip of the shucking knife at the base of the hinge, twist the knife using pressure, then without the pressure, lever the knife upwards, or twist it til you pop the hinge open. Buy Oyster Shucking Knife here
  • Wipe your knife clean if there are debris, then slide the knife under the top shell to release the oyster by severing the muscle and remove the shell. Be careful not to tip the oyster and lose all its liquor when you handle it.
  • Inspect for any shell fragments and use the tip of a clean oyster knife to remove it.
  • Now slide the knife under the oyster severing the muscle from the bottom shell. Push the oyster around to make sure it's completely free. 


Keep your Oysters cool and dry in your refrigerator (no lower than 33°F). Do not seal them in air tight containers. The best way to store them is in their bag, inside a large bowl, with a damp kitchen towel over the top. Check your kitchen towel periodically to make sure it's always damp. DO NOT store your Oysters underneath or directly on ice. Oysters will die if they sit in fresh water.

Oysters are best consumed within 24 hrs. If properly cared for, they can keep in the refrigerator for up to 4-5 days.  

Do not consume bad Oysters that are dry or withered with a cloudy appearance and foul smell.  Fresh Oysters are plump with a glossy tan color and smells fresh and mild like the ocean breeze. 

Oyster Nutrition Information

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I can always count on MFE for fresh oysters at great prices! And when I have a specific request for a certain type of oyster, they've always fulfilled them as long as I give them enough notice.

Houston, TX

Oysters are so fresh! And you can't beat the price for the amount of oysters you get. Only place I get my oysters from.

Ann B.
Houston, TX

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