Four major species in the United States are - Atlantic, found along the East and Gulf coasts; the European, a flat-shelled, round oyster of the Northwest and Maine; the Olympia, the half-dollar-sized oyster grown in the Northwest; and the fruit-flavored Pacific oyster, known for its wildly scalloped shell.
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Artichoke Oyster Soup
Cayenne pepper, Tabasco, flour, and whipping cream combined with chicken broth.
Benne Oyster Soup
Short recipe made with cream and sesame seeds.
Christmas Oyster Soup
Combines carrots, celery, butter, and milk.
Elegant Oyster Soup
Contains mushrooms, flour, cayenne pepper, and heavy cream.
Herbsaint-Poached Oyster Soup
Calling for chicken stock, leeks, potatoes, and liquor. From Chef Hubert Sandot of Martinique Bistro.
Oyster and Brie Soup
Using butter, cheese, heavy cream, sherry, and champagne.
Oyster and Plantation Soup
Made with chile peppers, plaintains, coconut milk, and heavy cream. From Chef Paul Prudhomme.
Oyster and Spinach Soup
Calling for A-1 sauce, cornstarch, cream, milk, and garlic salt.
Contains scallions, nutmeg, flour, milk, and cream.
Oyster Soup of the Tribes from the N.E. Coast
Short recipe using cornmeal, butter, and milk.
Oyster Soup with Fresh and Smoked Oysters
Uses spinach leaves, bacon, leek, potatoes, and cream.
Southern Oyster Soup
Simple recipe using mace, liquor, milk, and butter.
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