Spanish Shellfish Lobsters Oysters Crabs Mussels Clams
Spanish Shellfish seafood full of goodness and flavour. A collection of rather informative videos to sit back and watch
Craving Oysters? Come on board in Northern Spain
If you are an oyster lover?
You are at the right place. You will learn how oysters are cultivated in a sustainable way at a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve During low tide you will have the chance to visit the farm where the oysters grow in the middle of the river Eo estuary just metres away from open sea.
These oysters are from the same family as the world-famous Bourdeaux’s Arcachon oysters a delicious variety as they grow naturally without any external nutrients added
You will have the chance to help the farmers to collect the day’s fresh catch. Back on land an oyster tasting will be waiting for you paired with local cider. The UNESCO Biosphere Reserve where the oysters live is a natural environment full of life, an idilyc place for water sports, running or just looking out over the ocean.
A stroll by the coast to a charming old lighthouse to enjoy a spectacular sunset will be the highlight of the experience.
To make the day even better, you will sleep in a medieval tower with a luxurious three-floor suite overlooking the sea and the lush green pastures of Northern Spain
Oysters And Clams – Everything You Need To Know
Shucking shellfish doesn’t have to be scary. Chris Sherman from Island Creek Oysters stopped by the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen to teach us how to properly shuck oysters and clams.
From the correct type of knife, to the best techniques for prodding and twisting, to the necessity of gloves, Chris breaks down shellfish shucking into an easy and manageable task.
Then, he leaves us with essential plating tips, like resting the shells on salt to keep them from tipping over.
Whether you prefer the sweetness of West Coast oysters, the salinity of East Coast oysters, or the nuance of Gulf oysters, you’ll be prepared to shuck whatever comes your way.
Galician Seafood Percebes Northern Spain
Galicia’s rugged coastline is home to many fishing villages. In this experience we visit Cedeira in the quest for one of Spain’s most expensive seafood delicacies, Percebes.
You will visit the fish market to see the day’s haul be auctioned before discovering the best way to eat them – accompanied by a glass of local wine while looking out over the ocean.
How to cook barnacles (Percebes)
Explanatory video of how to cook, serve and peel barnacles.
How to boil, serve and peel barnacles You can see the full article at www.fuegodemortero in the direct linkhttp://wp.me/p4pgAk-3qy If you liked giving the hand
Drunken Mussels Recipe – Mussels Steamed in a Garlic, Lemon & Wine Broth
Learn how to make a Drunken Mussels Recipe! – Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2012/0… for over 700 additional original video recipes! I hope you enjoy this Drunken Mussels Recipe!
Spanish Shellfish Spanish Seafood Paella
This Spanish Seafood Paella features a saffron infused rice cooked together with veggies and topped with shrimp, squid, and mussels.
A perfect seafood dish!
Coastal Foraging – Shellfish Beach Clean and Cook – Clams, Scallops, Cockles and more!
Coastal Foraging for Clams, Mussels and Scallops.
Another beach trip to find some shellfish, but this time I’m not bait collecting.
We show some really easy and simple cooking methods that you could take out and about with you, so you don’t have to stay confined to the kitchen (or stink your house out!)
Seafood Paella Recipes Lets make the famous rice and shellfish dish from Spain that is world wide known.
Three different versions on video. For you 2 try
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