|Measures 8½ x 11 inches tall, from the New Yorker, 9/30/1950.|
CAPE CODS : An oyster of superb flavor. It- chief enemy is the starfish. which wraps its min. about the oyster and forces the take, open with its feet. The battle lasts for hams, until the starfish is rewarded with a good meal, but alas, no Guinness.
NEW ORLEANS : This on Jean UM oyster. which b. now sued w Oysters Rockerfeller valuable pearls are never found in, the ramify to which E Coast oysters belong.
ORIENPORT : These oysters have a silty flavor all their own. They were a stm-t hit with the whalers who shipped out of C perm. port in olden day.. Oysters rrottain iron. copper. iodine, calcium. magnesium, phut photons, Vitamin A. thiamine. ribofltnin and niacin. [lie Emperor Tamil'', prac¬tically lived on oysters.
OYSTER BAY: Oran Rays are mild and heat)-shelled. It i. said that oysters yawn at night. Monkey...know thh and arm them¬selves with small ottite.. They watch for an oyster to yawn and then pop the stone In between the shell-. "The. the oyster Is mo posed to the grril of the monkeys:
TANGIER : This Is one of the sweetest tia .1n:talent oysters. It comes from . F.a.tern Shore of Maryland. Me:Mimi, fed Tangiers to Captain John Smith, wit fatuous results. Oysters go down Leg or' Gssinitevr, which has long been regarded the perfect complement for all -ea Guth
et a real.l...41%"Can;. -5" BLUEPOINTS : These delirious lit do oysters from Great South Bay Nothrwhat resemble the famous Ertglisflativeasof which Dis¬raeli wrote: "I dined or rallies •asitirtl at the Carlton ofl oysters. Coiling-es mod broiled bones, and got to bed at half pea tviehe. Thus ended the most remarkable day hitherto of my life."
CHINCOTEAGUES : Many epicures regard Chincoteagues as the supreme aristocrat. Of the oyster tribe. but some West Coast gourmets in prefer the Olympia oyster. which. is no bigger than your thumbnail. Both Chincoteagues. and Olympias are at their best with Guinness
LYNNHAVEN : These Gigantic oysters were Diamond Jim Brady’s favorites, More fish¬erman are employed catching oysters than any other sea food. The Damariscotta mound in Maine contains three million bushels of oyster piled there by pre-historic Bradys.
ALL OYSTERS taste their best when washed down with drafts of Guinness—What Professor Saintsbury in "Notes On A Cellar-Book” called "that noble liquor—the comeliest of Black Malts." Most of the malt used in brewing Guinness comes from the fertile farms of Southern Ireland.and the yeast is descended from the yeast used by Guinness in Dublin one hun¬dred and ninety years ago. DELAWARE BAY . :• am Pent fmorite vy,ter. (tidy 1.;<,: of oyster, to eaten on the half-shell. The rest find do way into stews. or end their (11), in a bla of glory as -Angels on llonehael.- 01 oyster was distinctly head In whikile,
Trimmed at right edge.