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I realize the most previous post was titled, “A New Adventure,” had a lot to do with me eating oysters, and had a title very similar to today’s title. But when I was writing today’s post, this title was just perfect for it! Also, it made me realize that what was supposed to be one post actually […]

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I love experiencing new things. I was always afraid to try new things – what if I don’t like it, what if I’m not good at it, what if I feel/look silly – but then after David and I started dating, trying new things just became part of life! You’ve never seen this movie? Let’s […]

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  • Sarah G - lightly fried is the only way I can do them. and SO happy for you and your new experiences! xoxoReplyCancel

  • Jeff Sale - Amanda, I’ve never heard of an oyster roast, but I’ve been to three oyster/beer fests before. If you’re trying it for the first time, definitely do oyster Rockefeller. With the name of oyster roast, I’m guessing they’re all gonna be cooked though, so you should be good. Oh and beer helps too 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Ciera - First, make sure your oyster is shucked properly (ask David!) and put the shell to your lips like you’d be sipping from a bowl. Throw it back like a shot til the oyster is in your mouth and enjoy the taste before swallowing 🙂 I recommend a little cocktail sauce and for sure a squirt of lemon! But I am not even sure if raw oysters will be a thing at an oyster roast – but they are delish no matter how you eat them!!ReplyCancel

  • A New Path – Part 1 » Amanda Blog - […] realize the most previous post was titled, “A New Adventure,” had a lot to do with me eating oysters, and had a title very similar to today’s […]ReplyCancel