Wednesday, December 26, 2007

~~Chesapeake Bay Oysters in Baltimore ~~

photography by Wilbur M. Reeling
plush and luxurious in Baltimore's Federal Hill
RYLEIGH'S OYSTER 410-539-2093


Brian M. McComas with Chef Patrick A. Morrow
Ryleigh's Oyster offers almost a dozen oyster varieties daily
... these are Baltimore's best by far!
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Ryleigh's Oyster is named after Brian's daughter.

















Sal's (above) in the Fell's Point Market in Baltimore has

Mexican shuckers but rarely any customers

... at Nick's you load up with clams and steamed Baltimore Spiced shrimp and a cheap cold draft beer to go with your ice cold oysters ...











B4 & AFTER HOT SAUCE'D OYSTERS AND A DRAFT










Nick's Raw Bar is so popular it's SRO during happy hour at the Cross Street Market, Baltimore

Nick's at noon on a Wednesday is almost full
Lou Fleming's a "SHUCKER" and he will be shuckin' & jivin' for you

at Faidley's in Lexington Market

EAT OYSTERS, LIVE LONGER
says Lou & he'll shuck for your next event
443-851-6556














... over 60 years in the Baltimore area and for the first time I saw raw oyster eaters putting sliced hard boiled egg on a raw oyster!
~ 'LIVE & LEARN' ~


















HOT SAUCE - HOT SAUCE - HOT SAUCE

AND MORE HOT SAUCE




HOT SAUCE & HORSERADISH COCKTAIL SAUCE ... AND ADD A SLICE OF EGG.
~TO EACH HIS OWN~
... I just like a little squeezed lemon.



















Lou is a shucking happy guy ... and fast too.





























I keep a BIG COLD box of iced Chincoteaques on my deck
... for when I need my Baltimore oyster fix.


















SLURP 'EM!!!

2 comments:

Pigtown-Design said...

I just did a post on oysters on my foodie blog. www.pigtown-pigout.blogspot.com

Eggs on oysters? Hmmmm.

~ Wilbur M. Reeling ~ said...

OK wit me Hon!