Here’s how I make Oyster Stew. Shuck the oysters. Reserve the juice. Try to keep the shell out of it. Melt 1/2 stick of butter and stir the oysters and juice in the hot butter until they curl.
Oh my goodness! Let’s eat some shrimp! Yum! This recipe is great, because you can make it ahead and enjoy for several days.
Now that fall is nearly here, it’s time to think about hearty soups. Every Southern cook should know how to make she-crab soup.
Oh my goodness! Let’s eat some shrimp! Yum! Living near the coast of Georgia made getting shrimp easy. But you can enjoy with grocery-store sourced shrimp.
This is a nice supper pie. You can omit the ham or add any desired meat. Don’t forget, Glennville, GA, is the largest producer of the Vidalia onion in the world.