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brickie in oz 07-26-2011 03:49 PM

Mussels
 
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Mussels in bought packet stock.
It was delish

brickie in oz 07-26-2011 06:16 PM

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Just booked a week in Tassie, last time we were there we were captive on a coach trip to Port Arthur and saw a whole rocky coast full of oysters.

This time we are hiring a car and Im driving........yummmm :D

GianniFocaccia 07-26-2011 06:29 PM

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Man, those look good!

When I was in my early teens a buddy of mine and I would go to the beach early in the summer mornings to bodysurf. On occasions we would see a Japanese gentleman wearing waders cut mussels off the pier pilings with a long knife. He would walk away with two full 5-gal buckets of mussels. Can't do that now because of the water quality, but if you could, it would be about $200 worth.

TropicalCoasting 12-24-2011 12:56 AM

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We used to collect mussels from the piers in Mordialic in the 60s.
There was heaps on the piers in Port Melbourne when I lived there a few years back but too many people, too much pollution, so close to the mouth of the Yarra, scared me off.
Love black lip mussels, still cheap at Vic market, its the main thing I miss up here in Qld.
Its all frozen NZ green lip
We do get little oysters on the rocks though that taste good.

Tomato garlic parsley and white wine a few minutes and a crusty loaf

brickie in oz 12-24-2011 01:31 AM

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I did some more the other night. :)


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