Oyster connoisseurs take great pleasure in figuring out what regions the oysters they are eating came from – just by their taste and texture.
Serve Chefs Creek Oysters raw, on a bed of ice, with nothing more than lemon wedges to accent their sweetness. You may also broil or roast them with lemon, and perhaps garnished with freshly chopped scallion.
Mild Chefs Creek Oysters are bold on nutrition. These low fat, high protein oysters deliver a good source of Selenium, Zinc, Iron and Magnesium and B Vitamins, as well as Omega-3 fatty acids.