Scorton Creek Oysters

Oct 09, 2008

I recently attended the Shellfish Shindig at the Sam Adams Brewery in Boston. It was a great event, and some of my favorite oysters were on hand, including Island Creeks, Dennis, and Cuttyhunks. But there was a new oyster in town, and it was so plump and ivory-colored that it really stood out. A taste confirmed its excellence: fresh, firm, salty, and mild. It was a Scorton Creek, grown by Scott and Jennifer Mullin in the clean Great Salt Marsh of Sandy Neck on Cape Cod. Look for Scorton Creeks next chance you get. Demand them at your local oyster bar!

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