#AsgardsYule Recipes - Oyster Shells

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#AsgardsYule Recipes - Oyster Shells

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Oyster Shells have been found in middens across the Viking world. They’d make a great starter for any Yule feast. Allow 3-4 per person and open them as close to time of eating as possible.

Or you can bake them and dress with the following sauce:
pinch of pepper
pinch of ground lovage
2 egg yolks
1 tbls vinegar
1 tbls olive oil
1 tbls wine
1 tsp anchovy essence
1 tbls honey (optional)

Mix the pepper and lovage with the egg yolks, then add the vinegar, a drop at a time, to make a smooth mixture. Stir in the olive oil, wine, and anchovy essence. Honey may be added if you like. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly and pour over oysters and serve.

Enjoy!

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