Junque Food

Jason Kerr's Cheeto-Covered Oysters at Lowbrow

An unlikely pairing—or is it?

02/25/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

California Cuisine

The Hangtown Fry: Bacon and Fried Oysters, Crossing Borders

The classic San Francisco omelet could easily be replicated here in Houston.

02/10/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Eggs and Oysters

Danton's Blues Brunch

What goes better with the Blues? Eggs Danton with fried oysters? Or Boudin Benedict?

02/07/2014 By Robb Walsh

Dem Cooked Ersters

It’s OK to Cook Oysters

Purists say oysters must be eaten on the half shell, but they’re missing out. Here are the best cooked oyster dishes around.

12/31/2013 By Robb Walsh

On the Table

Pearls of the Oyster World

Oystermen have rediscovered the Gulf’s variety—and are providing half-shell oysters that rival the selections found anywhere in the world.

12/31/2013 By Robb Walsh

Wine Pairings

The Broad Spectrum of Gulf Oyster Wine Pairings

Gulf oysters are different from their Atlantic counterparts. Why shouldn’t our wine pairings be, too?

12/31/2013 By Jeremy Parzen

Lunch Spots

How Not to Serve Oysters on the Half Shell

Burying oysters in ice ruins the briny flavor.

12/27/2013 By Robb Walsh

Oysters

Thursday Special at Goode Co. Seafood

It's $6.95 a dozen for oysters on the half shell tonight.

12/12/2013 By Robb Walsh

An Old New Orleans Recipe

Rich as Rockefeller

Sort of like Escargots à la Bourguignonne, only with oysters.

11/07/2013 By Robb Walsh

Eat Texas Bivalves

Oyster Season Soft Opening

Welcome rains keep the conditional areas closed on opening day.

11/04/2013 By Robb Walsh

Oyster Boat Bycatch

Bigorneaux, Whelks or Oyster Drills

The oyster predator tastes a lot like escargot.

10/25/2013 By Robb Walsh

Rants & Recipes

Stewing It Over

Texas oysters are getting a raw deal.

10/24/2013 By Robb Walsh

Galveston Bay Reef Report

Oyster Season Forecast

Gulf oysters should be fine and fat when Texas oyster reefs open November 1.

10/21/2013 By Robb Walsh

Shellfish History

On R-Month Oysters

The taboo dates back to Ancient Rome, and Cicero was one of the first to explore it.

09/12/2013 By John Lomax