• Blue Pool

    Tumbling farming is such a new technique that oyster farmers haven’t even settled on what jargon to use… some farms call their tumble bags “tumble bags,” others call their tumble bags “tipping bags.” (And if that didn’t strike you as a totally biased turn of phrase, then we’ve already got you hook, line, and sinker!) […]

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    Happy Valentine’s Day!

    February 14, 2012

    This sensuous  jingle shell/barnacle/oyster shell arrangement takes the cake for being the most romantic photo in our collection. UPDATE: check out this valentine’s day video from vh1 featuring Maison Premiere and Blue Pools, plus other sexy foods and general silliness.

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    Oyster Concrete Remix

    February 3, 2012

    It’s like tabby, only beautiful and easy to clean. The crafty folks at Hog Island Oyster Company scooped up some crushed shells (and hog rings, and other oyster miscellany) from their parking lots and added the mix to the oyster bar’s concrete countertops. A Blue Pool, breaching.

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    Blue Pool Beauty

    November 29, 2011

    We love the picture Alabastro Photography took of our Blue Pools on display at Seattle’s Beaujolais Nouveau Festival. See more photos of the event here.

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    Note the headlamp? Tides are low at night this week, so the crew’s working the graveyard shift.  

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    Meet the Blue Pool!

    January 17, 2011

    We are very happy to announce that we’ve finally started selling our new brand of oyster, the Blue Pool.  The name Blue Pool is inspired by a cold, quiet place on the Hamma Hamma River that our family has enjoyed for generations. While most Hama Hama oysters grow directly on the beach, Blue Pools are grown […]

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