Oysters- Fresh and Cornish
- Loaded with minerals such as zinc and copper
- Sourced in Cornwall from an exclusive supplier
- Available Aug-Mar
- Serve with finely chopped shallots
Fresh rock oysters are a real taste of the sea. They grow in abundance in clear Cornish waters and have a sublime, fresh taste. Arriving whole and live, they require shucking, but it’s not too complicated a job to get to that delicate, soft meat inside. Some people enjoy them simply on their own, while other prefer to dress them with a few chopped shallots on fresh herbs. They make for a fantastic start to a seafood feast, with a portion size being roughly 6 oysters
Store live shellfish in the salad drawer of your refridgerator and cover with a damp teatowel. Do not immerse shellfish in water. Live shellfish has a limited shelf life - consume as soon as possible from day of delivery. Do not keep for longer than 2 days. Although all shellfish goes through the correct cleaning process there will always be a slight risk of food poisoning.