~ from "A Moveable Feast"
Hemingway says it best! I would have loved to have had fresh oysters from the half shell yesterday. One has to be quite picky, I think, to find the freshest and best oysters such as Hemingway has described above from "A Moveable Feast". Second best was us finding some fresh oysters yesterday at a supermarket, some for frying. We had hash browns, salad and an order of hush puppies from the nearby Cracker Barrel.
The guy in the seafood department was telling us that "the guys from the boats tell us they use "House Autry" for breading their seafood. If the breading is the favorite of "the guys on the boats" then it is good enough for us! I loved that expression about the guys on the boats but it made me think sometimes I watch too many reality TV shows about the "guys on the boats"
The fried oysters were absolutely delicious! We loved the House Autry and Clint looked them up on their website this morning. They have a great website and the coating was light with the perfect amount of seasoning..
|We really loved this seafood breader!|
|Yesterday morning as we headed out very early|
to walk on the beach.
|Clint walking on the beach. yesterday.|
|Looking back at the condo yesterday|
before dawn on our walk.
|A sturdy sand castle lit by|
the golden light of the rising sun.
No caption needed.
|Love these impressive Northern Plantation condos next door. |
|Heading to the beach yesterday in the early dawn.|
|Talking about brisk walkers, their little|
toothpick legs are a blur!
|Odd footprints in the sand yesteray morning. There was|
such a long stride, Clint could barely match
it when he tried.
Our final day at the beach. Another year of beach memories
will soon draw to a close. Here on our "digital scrapbook", called
my blog, we can look back and relive some
of the memories with these photos and remembrances.
Thanks again to my readers.