• November 2012


    November 27, 2012

    Will we find the pot of gold in our shell pile, the beach, or the picnic area???


    Branching Out

    November 20, 2012

    This spring we put on our mad scientist hats and headed into the woods. Our prey: fir needles. Our purpose: jelly. The fir-jelly project was a long time coming. We discovered that fir needles were edible a few years ago, after reading about a Douglas-fir-Champagne sorbet made (once!) by our friends at Olympic Mountain Ice […]


    fyi: Thanksgiving is next week

    November 16, 2012

    We can’t believe it either! Such a sneaky holiday. That means our retail store will be closed Thursday so that we can all get some family time. Give us a call if this seriously cramps your style and we’ll see if we can work something out (maybe stay open a little bit later on Wednesday, […]


    Oyster party madness is in full swing, which means that for the past couple of weeks we’ve been traveling around the Northwest shucking oysters and drinking wine and pretending that it’s work. In late October, we turned Nick, Louie and Juan loose on the Flying Fish Oyster Frenzy, and from all reports they did justice […]


    .. and we’re back!

    November 2, 2012

    Hello again! How many oyster farmers does it take to build a website? Definitely more than one. Huge, huge thanks to Chris and Farmers Market Dan, who redesigned this site, brought the mussels to market, and generally made our summer massively more enjoyable: So, what’d we miss? The summer passed in a frenzy. Along the […]