Oysters and Tuna Steaks

onlyCOpunk

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Just got back from the fish markets with a dozen sydney rock oysters and a kilo of fresh caught and cut tuna steaks.

nummy num.

That is all.
 

BoomerD

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Not a fan of oysters, (reminds me of a mouthful of snot) but I loves me some good tuna.

What kind of tuna?
 

Ns1

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Just had a dozen today actually: kusshi, miyagi, sunset beach.
 

Kanalua

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grilled oysters. GRILLED OYSTERS!

My dinner: one pound spicy hawaiian ahi poke - absolute perfection

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Where I get it from: Fresh Catch

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mztykal

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Is that the Kaimuki location? I go to the Kaneohe one a lot, the smoked tako is good stuff too!
 

sjwaste

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Where? Hard to find oysters in LA.

I noticed it was hard to find oysters in LA and SD this past week when I was on vacation. What's the deal with that, are you too far south to be catching them?
 

Ns1

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Where? Hard to find oysters in LA.

Quality Seafood Redondo Beach. Over 20 varieties available. The ones mentioned above were about 2.30 each. Also had live sea urchin at about 7 per.

Live Dungeness was a rip @ 20/lb, but cooked was pretty cheap and the clams and shit looked really fresh
 

Cerpin Taxt

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Oh, and oysters are the bomb. I had a friend that worked as a digger for Taylor Shellfish up here on the Puget Sound. He could dig me a cooler-full of oysters and clams in about 10 minutes. We'd take them camping and just cook them up in a big cast iron pan right on the campfire.

They did an episode of Dirty Jobs with Taylor Shellfish once. My friend wasn't in it though.

/CSB
 

JS80

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Quality Seafood Redondo Beach. Over 20 varieties available. The ones mentioned above were about 2.30 each. Also had live sea urchin at about 7 per.

Live Dungeness was a rip @ 20/lb, but cooked was pretty cheap and the clams and shit looked really fresh

Ugh Redondo is such a rip off. As for Dungeness I just get them for $3-4/lbs at the Korean or Chinese supermarket and cook at home.
 

Ns1

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Ugh Redondo is such a rip off. As for Dungeness I just get them for $3-4/lbs at the Korean or Chinese supermarket and cook at home.

That's why I opted for the clams. Clams generally look disgusting at Asian supermarkets, looked fantastic here.

I would also never get oysters from an Asian supermarket.
 

blamb425

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The only seafood I buy at Asian supermarkets will usually be fresh crabs or the occasional sea bass. I wouldn't get clams or oysters at an Asian supermarket, either.

...And this is coming from an Asian!

BTW Kanalua that looks delicious!!!
 

Kanalua

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Is that the Kaimuki location? I go to the Kaneohe one a lot, the smoked tako is good stuff too!

Yup, Kaimuki. My new favorite place. Love Pokestop's Creamy Ahi poke in Waipahu...but I live in Makiki...so...