• March 2011

    Howdy folks! Here’s the lineup for 2011 spring/summer events out on the oyster farm: April 23rd: Open Farm from 2:30 to 4:30. May 21st: Our First Ever Hama Hama Oyster Rama! We’re throwing the kind of party we love to go to: live music, good food, tideflat fun, and beer. Even better, we’re doing it […]

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    Mussel Mess

    March 25, 2011

    It’s hard to tumble when you’re all tied up in knots: Darn mussels have invaded our tumble bags, using their byssal threads to attach everything up into one big messy mass. After spending several hours trying to go through the bags by hand, removing all the mussels, we’ve decided to just dump the mussel mess […]

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    Hi Portland people! Two things on the radar: on April 9th Eat Oyster Bar is organizing an Oyster Bus up to Hama Hama. They did this in October 2009 and it was crazy fun. For more info contact the good folks at www.eatoysterbar.com If you can’t make it out of town but still want some […]

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    More smartphone oysters

    March 16, 2011

    First oysterpedia, now oyster guru. There’s another oyster iPhone app on the market, this one (according to the LA Times) from Greg Cohen, an oyster guru. It describes Hama Hamas as being high salinity, which is normally incorrect (Hood Canal being much less salty than the ocean), but we’re quite impressed that the guru knows extra […]

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    Events and Escapades

    March 15, 2011

    Never fear, we’re busy concocting all sorts of spring and summer revelry out here on the oyster farm. Important dates include April 23rd, May 21st, and June 4th, with May 21st being the MOST IMPORTANT date. In the meantime, we wanted to let you know about a promotion/game being organized by Seattle Dining. It’s an […]

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    stormy!

    March 2, 2011

    (The waves are much more impressive in person.)

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    Puny, indeed.

    March 1, 2011

    Apparently Hama Hama’s made quite a splash at a food conference in Texas: Texas food writer Robb Walsh has tried to rile up Gulf oystermen with [the success stories of west coast oystermen].”Just for fun, we did something kind of goofy,” Walsh says, recalling when he presented puny Hama Hama and Hog Island oysters to […]

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