Fish

013: In a Half Shell with Julie Qiu

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Today’s guest is Julie Qiu from In a Half Shell_An Oyster Blog for Oyster Lovers. Julie has travelled all over the world tasting over 400 varieties of oysters…a true aficionado.

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In today’s episode, Julie and I discuss:

  • her experiences tasting over 400 varieties of oysters from six continents, 16 countries, and hundreds of unique regions

  • the best pairings for oysters

  • what to look for when purchasing oysters…and much more

Check out the resources Julie recommends:

Books:

Oyster Farms

Other

Restaurants

Sake

Connect with Julie: www.inahalfshell.com

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008: Cape May Salt Oyster Company with Brian Harman

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Today’s guest is Brian Harman of the Cape May Salt Oyster Company where he and his team sustainably cultivate premium oysters that showcase the beauty of the Delaware Bay. Brian received a degree in Environmental Services from Stockton College in New Jersey.

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In today’s episode, Brian and I discuss:

  • The process of how oysters are farmed from seed to market size

  • What is unique about the terroir in which each oyster is cultivated and how that affects the taste of the oyster

  • How the flavor profile of oysters changes from season to season

    …and much more

Check out the resources Brian recommends:

Connect with Brian:

Cape May Salt Oyster Company

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