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    Question Oyster side dish

    We're having oysters for dinner tonight at my brother's house, and he has asked us to bring a side dish that goes well with oysters. Well, the best I can come up with is...

    I've never been much of an oyster eater, but I'm up for trying. I have NO idea what goes well with them, though. Any ideas?

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    Beer. I prefer Redhook IPA with oysters. If you're limiting yourself to solid food? A rice dish or risotto works well.

    Fresh oysters tossed on a barbeque just long enough to steam the shells open are fantastic.

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    Oh, beer is there without question. It's the solid food that I'm questioning.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Cheese grits go great with oysters. If you don't have grits polenta works too.
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    i still have about 10 dozen on the boat.... a little pike's market horseradish sauce goes with oysters
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    oh man horsey radish, some dark beer, and a stiff Bri cheese to melt and dip with stiff bread. ... i personally perfer a honey bread with a HEAVY crust... smeared in thick BRI and baked lightly till melted.. i have also had the bri baked and bread toasted....
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