Check out the Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company piece on ocean acidification and oysters that was published in the Baltimore Sun on Memorial Day!
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Ok Yanks, it’s time you meet our awesome Canadian friends from The Whalesbone. Owner Joshua Bishop is a self made man whose flagship restaurant, The Whalesbone Oyster House is recognized for its sustainably sourced seafood. The Ottawa entrepreneur along with seafood supply manager Simeron Novak supply the best Ottawa restaurants with both oysters and fin […]
The Hilds from Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company are coming to Cincinnati! Please join us at The Wine Merchant in Hyde Park on Saturday May 17th from 2-4 pm and taste 4 premium wines that pair perfectly with our Eagle Flat oysters. We will be driving our refrigerated truck from Virginia to Cincinnati loaded with fresh oysters, straight […]
The Dutch & Co dynamic duo, Chefs/Co-Owners Caleb Shriver and Phillip Perrow, have just received a tremendous honor. Food & Wine Magazine just nominated the Church Hill pair for The People’s Best New Chef. Perrow and Shriver are the only Virginia Chefs in the Mid-Atlantic region to receive such a nomination. Chefs Perrow and Shriver […]
RVA Chef Owen Lane of The Magpie will be cooking at City Grit in New York City on April 10, 2014 at 7:30 pm. Sarah Simmons, founder and chef of City Grit, was recently named one of America’s Greatest New Cooks by Food and Wine Magazine. City Grit is known for hosting well-known and emerging […]
Mike and I have been customers of Relay Foods for several months now. They’ve made it possible for us to gain back precious time for our Saturday enjoyment! The concept is simple. You pick out your groceries online, pay on-line, and then Relay delivers to your door for a small fee. If delivery is not […]
SHACKLEFORDS, Va., Feb. 26, 2014 – Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company announces that by March 9, 2014 the environmentally friendly small business will have filtered 20 billion gallons of water in the Chesapeake Bay through their oyster farm. You can view the progress towards this goal online at https://www.andersonsneck.com/conservation/. By nourishing oyster seeds over time, Anderson’s […]
I drive to what awaits me Cold, water, wind, life Leaving behind the trappings of another world Nature, perhaps danger awaits Shall it catch me today? Shoving off, then pushing out We reach the spot I look, then linger Overboard I go to do the work It greets me like 1,000 needles Hello friend, where […]
The Chesapeake Bay Oyster is now potentially entering its newest fight in what could prove to be an epic battle against ocean acidification. The crash of the heralded Chesapeake Bay’s oyster fishery has been told countless times. First came mass deforestation during the colonial era which led to enormous sedimentation runoff smothering the bay’s historic […]
There was a time when no Thanksgiving meal in America was complete without oysters. Oysters on the half shell, oyster stew, oyster stuffing, oysters everywhere. America was absolutely obsessed with the tasty bivalves in the Victorian era as evidenced by this awesome collection of Historical Menus. This was no fad. The almighty oyster’s place at […]