We've gone round and round about whether we should ever use the words "oyster" and "pudding" in the same sentence. Fortunately this dish is so darn delicious it can unite even the most polarized team. And, oyster bread pudding has a long history even if it sounds novel to our modern "I only eat oysters on the half shell" selves. It's called a pudding (and not a stuffing or a casserole) because it's made of egg yolk and cream.
Hood Canal's answer to the Atlantic lobster roll.
A new twist on a very old school oyster preparation.
A yummy alternative to traditional oyster stew.