The combination of oregano and the anise taste of Pernod is an unusual but very complementary one, especially with fresh oysters.
Whitstable in Essex was once renowned for its oysters, although the beds are no longer farmed extensively. This recipe dates back to when oysters were exceedingly cheap. For a budget…
Oysters can be purchased already opened, and you’ll find the rest of this famous American dish simplicity itself to prepare.
This recipe will have you shucking and slurping in no time!