Hood Canal and Southern Puget Sound

Eagle Rock

Yes, there is an actual Eagle Rock in Totten Inlet. And yes, bald eagles like to perch on it. That is about all the connection they have with the oysters, which they haughtily ignore. The oysters themselves are classic Totten oysters, grown in mesh bags for eight months, then scattered on the beach to fatten and harden. They are creamy and sweet, with that distinctive Totten nori flavor. More salty than Skookums and many other South Sound oysters.

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