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Fire in the Belly

It all began going into these early, rainy days of spring, with having a bit of FIRE in my belly, a downright desire to have for lunch, a few of my own charbroiled "Oysters Gilhooley", over an alder wood fire, simply adding a bit of butter, worchestershire sauce, finely chopped garlic, Tabasco and grated aged Parmesan and YOU literally .......BEGIN TO COMMUNICATE with the DIVINE. (This feeling I talk about is almost like having a great orgasm)

Not kidding. These "Lusty Bits of Nourishment" are so easy to prepare, so Sinfully Delicious, and and and .......

.....I should have made more. And I really need to get back to work.

If any of you are interested in this brilliant and very simple recipe, just do a Google search for "Oyster Gilhooley" and learn more about the oysterbar in San Leon, Texas where it originates from. This is a place I must visit before I die. The folks in the Gulf, who truly have a love-affair culture with seafood of all kinds...... have lots to teach us plebeians as cultured love affairs of any kind, always do. http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Oysters-Gilhooley


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