1. 'Popping Oysters' with Paul Goodenough


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    Learn to shuck oysters with Paul Goodenough, Head Chef at Rick Stein at Bannisters

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    • How to shuck an oyster like a pro


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      During our visit to Taylor Shellfish Farm at Chuckanut Drive in Bow, Washington, the friendly folks there showed us a simple way to shuck oysters and slurp away!

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      • #Speedshucking #Hyperlapse #IslandCreekOysters #TasteTalks #OysterWeek


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        Thoughts On The Half Shell at Taste Talks NYC - Sept 13, 2014

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        • Oysterfest Celebration


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          OYSTERFEST West Coast Oyster Shucking Championship & Washington State Seafood Festival description from www.oysterfest.org: Visitors come from far and wide every year for OysterFest, and this year the weather forecast is sunny and warm! They bring family and friends to sample morsels created by professional chefs, witness the excitement of the West Coast Oyster Shucking Championship trials, the selection of Washington State Wines in our wine hall or ales in the Microbrew Tent. They come to take in the Art and Photography exhibits, hear a diverse variety of music and live entertainment appropriate for all ages. Attendees are never disappointed. The food is fantastic and the festival has become the anchor for annual reunions of family and friends from across the region. Check out the "Preservation Edition" DVD Collection, which includes this video (StonyPix.com)

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          • "Oyster Farming in a Changing World" Trailer


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            Check out the "Preservation Edition" Collection, which includes this documentary (StonyPix.com) Get up close and in the action, with views from the air and underwater, on the boats and in the mud, working in the wind and rain, day or night, you truly get to experience it all, as you meet the "characters" and families who have depended on these tidelands for up to 6 generations - in this documentary (4 years in the making), about oyster farming on Willapa Bay (Shoalwater Bay) in Washington State. On a planet where environmental concerns are at an all time high, and story after story can be told of struggling shellfish industries around the world, 'Oyster Farming in a Changing World' is a documentary which explores the 160-year-old oyster farming community of Willapa Bay in Washington State which is no exception to the struggle, yet they have demonstrated a will to survive. Revealing the labor needed to propagate, cultivate, harvest and process the shellfish, this documentary showcases the beauty of the Pacific Northwest as it captures both the historical and present day perspective of the oyster industry. Driven by a passionate group of growers (from quirky and hard working one & two person family farms to the biggest corporations), this thorough exploration reveals their united and devoted efforts of protecting a healthy environment while keeping their industry sustainable and viable within the inevitable forces of change. Directed, Produced, & Photographed by Keith A. Cox Edited by Keith A. Cox, Andrea Lewis & Barry Sales Motion Graphics by Heather Cardone Original Music by Larry Marciano Narration by Glenn A. Johnson In addition to this feature presentation, there is a 7-episode documentary series "Willapa Bay Oysters," which goes into even more in-depth explorations of this fascinating oyster industry, to learn more about the series or this project go to: WillapaBayDocs.com

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            • "Preservation Edition" Blu-ray+DVD+Book


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              Check out this unique video documentary project at: www.StonyPix.com You can watch the entire 7-Episode documentary series, "Willapa Bay Oysters" for FREE And for those interested, you can buy this limited "Preservation Edition" Collection which includes over 12 hours of documentary content, including: •the 7-episode series "Willapa Bay Oysters" •the documentary feature "Oyster Farming in a Changing World" •documentary shorts such as "Importing Japanese Seed," "Catching a Natural Set," and "Dredging Underwater," •music video for the original song "This is Where I Belong" •A Filmmakers Journey •raw oystering videos •profile interviews •environmental videos and more... Thank you for your interest in this independent project.

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              • Oysters


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                How to shuck an oyster the right way. Chef Vincent Nattress, Cultivar, Langley Washington

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                • Willapa Bay Oysters Ep. 7


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                  Check out the "Preservation Edition" Collection, which includes this documentary episode (www.StonyPix.com) "Willapa Bay Oysters" - Ep. 7: "Oyster Processing" This is episode 7 of an independent 7-episode documentary series about the oyster industry on Willapa Bay in Washington State, US. To learn more about the series go to: www.WillapaBayDocs.com

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                  • shucking oysters at cool city oyster yard, toronto


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                    • Oyster Shucking 101


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                      A quick 30-second guide to shucking oysters. For more details and food recipes, visit: www.dailyampersand.com Music: "I Feel Like a Polar Bear" by Crosstides (licensed through With-Etiquette)

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