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Here’s how oysters are helping to save the planet one shuck at a time.
There's no wrong way to eat an oyster — as long as you enjoy it and you don't get sick — but these are experts' favorite ways.
This mountainous island of thick brush and pristine beaches has amazing views. If you pull your nose out of your phone for
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The average Long Islander uses 50 gallons more per day than the American average of 100, all for our lawns. If people knew
One of our favorite warm weather activities is kicking back with a platter of oysters and some cold beers or a bottle of rosé, a pastime that's been popular for many years, in many places.
The seventh annual Restaurant Week In Talbot County on Maryland's Eastern Shore will take place beginning April 4 and running through April 9. People from around the Mid-Atlantic -- and as far away as New York -- flock to area restaurants each year to take advantage of the promotional prices during this special event with two-course lunches going for $20.16 and three-course dinners for $35.16.
Just consider the grocery store your new beauty counter.
The EPA has put the Chesapeake Bay on a low-pollution diet, limiting the total amount of pollutants, such as nutrients and sediment. One surprising ally in the battle to save the Bay is the oyster.
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Storm surges and flooding in Orleans and parishes nearby this fall can be at least partly blamed on El Nino. This year's weather event is believed to be the most intense of its kind since 1997 or earlier, creating hazards for Louisiana's coastline.
"How does a city of this magnitude bring young students to the water, and have them feel a sense of ownership and community?" asks Professor Lauren Birney from her lower Manhattan office at Pace University's School of Education. "Oysters."
Let the kids experiment with novel food rather than resort to staid favorites. Isabelle's enthusiasm encouraged her older
There was a time, not so long ago, when the oyster was poor man's subsistence food, cheap, available and plentiful, and eaten more often than not because one could not afford anything else.