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Grill with charcoal and hickory or oak.
Wash and clean the oyster shells thoroughly. Keep the oysters on ice until ready to cook.
Prepare a hickory or oak fire with a lot of kindling.
Set a large rack over the fire.
When the coals are a dusty red glow, place the oysters on the rack and cook.
As the oysters open, remove with long tongs. Pry open with a knife and eat immediately.
The oysters will have a pungent, smoky flavor.
Nutrients per serving (% daily value)
Nutritional information is based on 1 serving.