How did Tidewater get left off? #oysters #tidewater #757 #rawdeal

It’s not left off SouthofThePrintline! They apparently had trouble meeting the deadline with all the goodness going on The Virginia Oyster Trail website. Rest assured - we’re in there! Woo hoo!
(Reblogged from distinctionhr)

The Virginia Oyster Trail



WHEREAS, Virginia Oyster Month is an opportunity to acknowledge the significant growth in oyster harvesting and celebrate Virginia as the oyster capital ofthe East Coast;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Terence R. McAuliffe, do hereby recognize November 2014 as VIRGINIA OYSTER MONTH in our COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, and I call this obseruance to the attention ofall our citizens.”

There is more exciting news in that Proclamation too!

The Virginia Oyster Trail !

Hopefully you too will get lucky enough to enjoy a Pleasure House Oyster with a pea crab in it while you’re slurping it in the Lynnhaven on The Virginia Oyster Trail on your tour.

Thanks to Rex Hamaker of Taste of Tidewater for the great photo of a Pleasure House Oyster with a pea crab.

We talked shop this morning with Hap Chalmers of Lynnhaven Oyster Company & Congressman Scott Rigell.

Did we eat oysters IN the Lynnhaven?

Of course!

You can too.

We can’t guarantee Scott or Hap will come out with you but we do know it’ll be edutaining, tasty and fun!

Hanging at Chow while deliverin’