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Oyster Guide | New England Oysters

Oyster Guide | New England Oysters
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Ninigret (Rhode Island): Medium size, with a creamy, nutlike taste at first and a clean, briny finish.Wellfleet (Massachusetts): Wild samples vary from very good to excellent; deep cups brimming with strong brininess and a sweet seaweed flavor. Farmed Wellfleets are also consistently good, with a similar sweet and briny taste and a coppery finish.

With thanks to chef Gregg Reeves, B&G Oysters, Ltd., 550 Tremont St., Boston, MA; 617-423-0550. bandgoysters.com

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One Response to Oyster Guide | New England Oysters

  1. Hillary April 13, 2014 at 8:02 am #

    Thank you for this excellent list! I am a New England guide and will certainly use this on tour.

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