Steaming oysters at home is easy, according to Travis Croxton, owner of the Rappahannock Oyster Co. in Richmond, Va. He says to grab a pot, get your water boiling and place your oysters on a tray in the steam for about three to five minutes. When a few of the shells start to open, you’re ready.
Steaming oysters at home is easy, according to Travis Croxton, owner of the Rappahannock Oyster Co. in Richmond, Va. He says to grab a pot, get your water boiling and place your oysters on a tray in the steam for about three to five minutes. When a few of the shells start to open, you’re ready. Dustin Thomas Chambers New York Times
Steaming oysters at home is easy, according to Travis Croxton, owner of the Rappahannock Oyster Co. in Richmond, Va. He says to grab a pot, get your water boiling and place your oysters on a tray in the steam for about three to five minutes. When a few of the shells start to open, you’re ready. Dustin Thomas Chambers New York Times

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