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  1. Hey Fritz, I don’t know that would be a vegetarian dish, and I don’t know if you’re being serious or not, but that does sound kinda good. Chef Chris, do you have any ideas?

  2. Sure…

    Soak the oysters in buttermilk for a few hours. If they’re really big, cut them in quarters before soaking.

    After they have soaked, cover them in flour seasoned with paprkia, onion powder, garlic powder, black pepper and salt. Shake off the excess.

    Let them rest for five minutes.

    After resting, fry in vegetable oil until golden brown, probably 4-5 minutes.

  3. I think it is great!!!! Can’t wait for you to come to cape may one day….LOL I am going to totally sucker you into teaching me how to make a meal…LOL

    I am a self professed “WORST” cook =) I could(have) burned soup with out event trying….LOL I am even Campbell’s inclined. LOL

    Can’t wait to read more!!!!

  4. Chris,
    mamaelizabeth on Twitter said she gave you some info about visiting Cape May. I’m working on a story about how people use social networking to get good deals on travel or products. I was wondering if I could interview you for my newspaper, The Star-Ledger.
    – Joe Perone

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