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It's An Oyster Bonanza!

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Sweet mother of mercy, but we're nuts about oysters today, and with good reason: the recent glut may be your best chance to get plentiful, cheap oysters for years to come. Find out what the weather has to do with great oysters and much, much more in Robb Walsh's featured article. And if you still haven't had enough oyster coverage (and who can blame you?), you can check out our slideshow of raw, wet oysters coming out of their shells. Oh, baby. Is it lunch time yet for Pete's sake?

Finally, Robb is gonna show you some proper shucking technique.

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