CLASSIC MIGNONETTE FOR OYSTERS

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Mike and I are heading to Seattle tomorrow! I can almost smell the coast and taste the seafood, so in celebration, we decided to make a Classic Mignonette for Oysters.

Classic Mignonette for OystersClassic Mignonette for OystersClassic Mignonette for OystersClassic Mignonette for OystersThe reason we’re heading out to Seattle is because I will be attending a food photography workshop hosted by food writer, stylist and photographer, Aran Goyoaga and food and lifestyle photographer, Luisa Brimble. Their work is absolutely gorgeous & their use of light is so incredibly inspiring. I can’t wait to meet them, listen to their insight and see Seattle for the first time.

After the workshop is over, Mike and I are sneaking down to Oregon for a couple days to explore wine country. We went there for our honeymoon four years ago, so this trip is going to be full of new experiences and revisiting happy memories.

Enjoy the recipe and Happy Shucking!

If you have any Seattle recommendations, definitely let me know!

CLASSIC MIGNONETTE FOR OYSTERS

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup red wine vinegar
  • 1.5 tablespoons shallot, minced
  • Fresh black pepper, to taste
  • Fresh lemon juice
  • One dozen fresh oysters 

Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients (except the oysters) together in a small bowl.
  2. Drizzle over shucked oysters. 
  3. Add lemon, as desired.

All images © Regan Baroni 2014.

  1. I am not even an oyster fan and I still can’t get over how stunning these images are!

    • Regan says:

      After moving my blog from squarespace to wordpress, I missed a lot of comments! So sorry I didn’t see this until now, but thank you for commenting and for the super sweet compliments on my work! Cheers!

  2. […] New Recipes New recipes are always on my radar and I have lots of good ones coming up. Due to my obsession with oysters, it’s only natural that I kick off 2016 with a slurp.  I found the recipe in Food & Wine and the topping is inspired by Dylan Fultineer, the Executive Chef at Rappahannock in Richmond, Virginia. It’s amazing. If a cilantro-chile mix isn’t your thing, you can also check out my recipe for a Classic Mignonette. […]

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