Walking the Dock 12/14/2015

OYSTER OF THE WEEK: SAINT ANN     These hidden gems are grown in Cape Ann’s Bay on the northern most Island of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia Canada. The outward appearance is an opaque shell with emerald highlights, their 3” teardrop shape is consistent with many Canadian oysters, but what lies in store for your taste…Read More

Walking the Dock 12/7/2016

OYSTER OF THE WEEK: THATCH ISLAND Here is another gem from Cape Cod Massachusetts. The oysters are grown in the Great Salt marshes along Slough Point using a very unique method. The seed are started using floating tubes designed specifically to keep a fresh supply of brackish water full of nutrients flowing to them constantly.…Read More