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Best fried oysters #13162228 05/22/19 12:12 AM
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Just south of Katy on 1463, is a place called Tads. They are as good as I've had.

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Re: Best fried oysters [Re: bill oxner] #13162234 05/22/19 12:20 AM
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Best I ever had was at Johnny Cace's in Longview. Fresh daily.


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Re: Best fried oysters [Re: bill oxner] #13162283 05/22/19 01:25 AM
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what about "mountain" oysters in eastexas???


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Re: Best fried oysters [Re: GIG'EM AGGIES] #13247679 08/14/19 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by GIG'EM AGGIES
Best I ever had was at Johnny Cace's in Longview. Fresh daily.
are they still there?

Re: Best fried oysters [Re: bill oxner] #13247815 08/14/19 07:42 PM
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You need to try B&B Butcher's "Carpet Baggers", Bill.

It's a fried oyster topped with a piece of Wagyu and B&B's version of Louisiana Hot Sauce. They also come with Bleu Cheese Crumbles on top, but I don't do BC sick


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Re: Best fried oysters [Re: bill oxner] #13248159 08/15/19 12:22 AM
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we ate at a place in Kemah
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The fried oysters were incredible

Re: Best fried oysters [Re: jwcromer] #13248536 08/15/19 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by jwcromer
Originally Posted by GIG'EM AGGIES
Best I ever had was at Johnny Cace's in Longview. Fresh daily.
are they still there?


Closed several years ago. It was great in its day.


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