While the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have been reporting a mostly clean bill of health for Gulf of Mexico seafood, oysters have been a bivalve of question.
Jambalaya stuffed in a crepe for breakfast? Turtle cappuccino with truffle spuma and cubes of sherry gelée? Let’s just say I remain curiously skeptical.
Deconstruct a sushi roll and what do you get?
I’m all about shots. Tequila shots, tetanus shots, pot shots, snap shots, crack shots, whatever you got.
The nose knows. Well maybe. But the sniff test for pollutants in Gulf seafood hasn’t been the most reassuring way of ascertaining whether fish, crabs, shrimp and oysters from oil-afflicted waters are now safe to eat.
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