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Goose Point Oysters Rockefeller

May 8, 2024 | Josh Valdez | Recipe

The ever-so popular oyster dish with SO much flavor Ingredients HOW TO PREPARE Using a food processor, chop the spinach, bread crumbs, green onions, bacon and parsley. Add the remaining ingredients and process until finely chopped but not pureed, about 10 seconds. Layer the oysters in their half shells on a pan with rock salt….More

Fried Oyster Tacos with fresh Pico De Gallo and Cole Slaw

May 6, 2024 | Josh Valdez | Recipe

A twist on your regular tacos, for all you oyster lovers out there. This is a must try! INGREDIENTS HOW TO PREPARE In a medium size bowl stir together Tomatoes, Onions, Cilantro, Jalapeno Peppers, Lime, Salt and Pepper, Set aside in Fridge. In another medium size bowl stir together Cabbage, Carrots, Mayo, Milk and Salt,…More

BBQ Western Steak Oysters

| Josh Valdez | Recipe

Try this new recipe on your barbecue this summer! INGREDIENTS INSTRUCTIONS GOOSE POINT WESTERN BBQ SAUCE INGREDIENTS INSTRUCTIONS Combine all ingredients in small saucepan and heat until warm, stirring constantly. Do not boil!! Keep warm until use. Serves 3-4.

Nancy’s Open-Faced Oyster Sandwiches with Blue Cheese Crumble

| Josh Valdez | Recipe

This is a new creation with fried oysters, taking them to a place they have never been before. INGREDIENTS HOW TO PREPARE Note: Oysters may be pan fried instead of barbequed. Oysters may be skewered (fold if necessary), or placed on vented foil to BBQ. Goose Point Western BBQ Sauce HOW TO PREPARE Combine all…More

Come on by… The Oystery is FULLY OPEN!

April 25, 2022 | SocialMedia | In the News

The Oystery here at Goose Point has been running on limited hours and inventory, since reopening after the Covid-19 shutdown. We are excited to welcome our guests back to full operations on the dock complete with picnic tables, BBQ’s, cold libations, and great shellfish! The health and safety of all our customers, as well as…More

Food & Drink International Article

June 4, 2020 | SocialMedia | In the News

Originally published at Food and Drink International 2019 – In an effort to further improve the quality of its Goose Point Oysters and drive sustainability, Nisbet Oyster Co. has invested into new technology. In the past 10 years, the family-owned company has entered its second generation of family involvement and entered a new era. “We are…More

Goose Point Shucked Oysters, fried in Goose Point breading, serving suggestion

Five Ways To Add Oysters To Your Thanksgiving

November 6, 2019 | SocialMedia | Uncategorized

Oysters are such a spectacular add on to large gatherings! Not sure how to add them to your Thanksgiving dinner? Here are a few ideas: Oyster Stuffing 4 T. butter 1 onion diced 2 ribs celery diced 4 cups stale bread diced 1 cup oysters chopped, liquor reserved 1/2 cup pine nuts toasted 2 T. fresh parsley minced 1 t. basil 1/2 t. paprika 1/2 t. salt 1 cup chicken or garlic broth 3 eggs View Source and Directions here. Oyster Casserole 2…More

Nisbet Oyster Co. and Craft3 announce completion of groundbreaking solar installation at Kea’au hatchery, first-of-its-kind in Hawaii

June 8, 2017 | SocialMedia | In the News

Hawaiian Shellfish, subsidiary owned by Willapa Bay, Washington-based Nisbet Oyster Co. will now produce 75 percent of its own energy Solar panels at Hawaiian Shellfish in Kea’au, Hawaii, provide 75 percent of oyster hatchery’s energy.  Photo Credit: ProVision Solar, 2017 Hawaiian Shellfish Nisbet Oyster Co. ProVision Solar Craft3   PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June…More

Goose Point BlueSeal™ Pre-Shucked Oysters

Even Fresher Under Pressure

October 23, 2012 | SocialMedia | Updates from Willapa Bay

A Wonderful Partnership Evolves The Nisbet Oyster Co., Inc. is working with the Oregon State University Seafood Laboratory to continue to develop more Fresher Under Pressure oyster products. Stay tuned, we intend to stay on the forefront of technological advances in the shellfish industry to maintain the quality and safety of our oyster products.