Tricks of the Trade: Learn How to Shuck an Oyster with Taylor Shellfish

We were built from the ground up, outfitting craftsmen and entrepreneurs of all trades, and supporting American ingenuity with American-made gear. That's why we're proud to support Taylor Shellfish Farms, a company founded on sweat, salt water and hard work. This family-owned, 120-year-old shellfish farm brings fresh clams, oysters and mussels from the Pacific Northwest to the table. In order to learn how to properly shuck an oyster, we went directly to the source: the new Taylor Shellfish Pioneer Square restaurant in Seattle.   


Store live oysters on ice or refrigerate (35-45F). Keep oysters moist with a damp towel. Discard any open oysters. Eat them fresh! We recommend eating them...Read More