Oyster Roasts

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tigerborn
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Oyster Roasts - Mon, 01/29/07 12:22 AM
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Would you believe that the oyster roast at the Hooters chain restaurant is surprisingly good? I went to the Syracuse location and ordered them on a lark. The oysters were rich and buttery..quite a shock coming from a place better known for-ahem-their wings. Has anybody had a similar experience? What other place is known for their oyster roasts?

jellybear
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RE: Oyster Roasts - Mon, 01/29/07 4:23 PM
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Evidently you have never partaken of Stump Sound Oysters.

V960
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RE: Oyster Roasts - Mon, 01/29/07 4:37 PM
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Hate to break this to you but they are steamed not roasted. Not bad but not the same thing.

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RE: Oyster Roasts - Tue, 01/30/07 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by V960

Hate to break this to you but they are steamed not roasted. Not bad but not the same thing.


Regardless, I want to try them. I love their wings and eye candy. I can't wait to try their steamed oysters.

Some may not like Hooters but my personal experience has been very good.

Paul E. Smith
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RE: Oyster Roasts - Thu, 02/1/07 6:51 PM
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This is another one of those instances where it makes much more sense to me to just go & pick up a half a sack of fresh oysters and do it myself vs. paying by the dozen at retail prices.