• News from Away

    Open Farm 2013 Wrap Up

    May 31, 2013

    Thank you to everyone who turned out and made the last open farm day of 2013 a shucking good time! We really ‘got into the fat oysters’ on Saturday as an otherwise rainy Memorial Day weekend held back the tempest until the very end of the day for the folks who came out for a […]

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    Christmas Hours

    December 21, 2012

    Hey everyone! We’ll be open every day except Christmas Day, and we’ll be closing early… at 3 pm… on Christmas Eve. If you know you’re coming up this way for oysters, go ahead and give us a call so we can set your order aside. 888-877-5844. Happy Holidays, and let’s all have an Oysterful New […]

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    To the person who stole our farmers market truck: may you drink mouthfuls of red tide water, come down with vibrio vulnificus, cut your thumb off with a shucking knife, and may barnacles foul your water intake. We weren’t able to do the markets last weekend because we had no ride, and we’re still trying […]

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    Our blog has come back and we are so so so happy. The saga started last week: Oyster Fan finished the cheeky post about the blog looking fabulous, and then proceeded to delete all posts back to April Fool’s Day, 2008. AHHHH! An april fools joke two years in the making! Then multiple reloads failed and failed again. […]

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    Blog is under construction!

    January 6, 2011

    It’s getting  a facelift for 2011 and is looking forward to looking fabulous.

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    Oyster Knife Guide (?)

    November 29, 2010

    This year as part of our holiday newsletter we put together a gift-buying guide for oyster lovers. One of the items we included in the guide was a very unique oyster knife from Georgia, and that got us wondering what other handmade oyster knives might be floating around the internet. 1. For those of you who don’t get our newsletter, here’s the Georgia […]

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    Hood Canal fish kill

    September 23, 2010

    We don’t have any photos of the current fish kill but here are some news clips. Thanks to Glen H. for keeping us up-to-date.  Watch a King 5 video about the fish kill. According to the Kitsap Sun, the fish kill is extensive geographically, but not massive in terms of numbers of dead animals. Spot […]

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    Adam on the Radio!

    June 16, 2010

    Public radio reporter Austin Jenkins caught up with us at the June 5th Bellevue Farmer’s Market. Luckily our spokesman was there to answer questions. listen here. And for interested consumers out there: restaurants are required to keep shellstock tags on the premises for 90 days, so if you want to make sure that the oyster […]

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    Hi folks! This might be our last open farm so please come on down. We’ll be taking people out on the beach from 11 until 2 pm this Saturday. The weather should be beautiful and the tide is going way way out (it’s a -3 at 12:30), so there’ll be lots of creepy crawlies exposed. […]

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    Don’t miss this year’s Oysterfest, in Shelton, Washington. This annual celebration of all things oyster is happening at the Mason County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday, October 3 and 4. Go to http://www.oysterfest.org/ for all the details. Lots of music, oyster shucking competitions, winetasting and beergardens, plus oysters cooked in every way conceivable–all to benefit […]

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    Silly Duck

    August 22, 2008

    When geoduck get big enough, they hatch and fly away.

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    There are two types of oyster eater: those who are born loving oysters, and those who grow into the taste. For one local dog, the oyster epiphany came last Saturday at an informal campfire gathering in Lilliwaup. Since puppyhood Area Dog has lived on Hood Canal, but this was the first time he’d expressed interest […]

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    Queens of the shell pile

    February 29, 2008

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    First Post!

    February 29, 2008

    Welcome to the Hama Hama Oyster Company Blog! We’re a small oyster and clam farm located on Hood Canal, on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula, near the tiny town of Lilliwaup. Frequently we get inquiries from people who are curious to come work at or tour our oyster farm. Yes! Please visit. We won’t put you […]

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