Gathering oysters on the bleak, beautiful mud flats of the Danish island of Rømo. Millions of Pacific oysters need eating up, and here we are invited by the Danish Oyster Festival.Read more
Cornish oysters from the Helford
As ancient woodlands bordering the Helford River in Cornwall, England turn red, so oyster enthusiasts can take a fun seasonal river trip to discover a two thousand year history of their favourite mollusc. The Romans famously shucked oysters at Port Navas on the site where the Duchy Oyster Farm harvests and supplies demand from oyster […]Read more
A blustery day in Whitstable
Famed for its crop of oysters (only eat in months with an ‘r’ ) and an increasing number of great cafes and restaurants, the north Kent seaside town of Whitstable is always worth visiting. Popular with weekenders from London and boasting a thriving arts scene, the town has enticed tourists for decades. Attracting around 30,000 […]Read more
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