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Photos by Ronald Holden: With a shellfish name, l’Oursin’s only shellfish dish currently is oysters in a creamy leek sauce, topped with bread crumbs and run under the broiler.
Photos by Ronald Holden: With a shellfish name, l’Oursin’s only shellfish dish currently is oysters in a creamy leek sauce, topped with bread crumbs and run under the broiler.
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016 12:06 PM
But you’d think, with a shellfish name and a stated philosophy of “fresh” and “natural” ingredients, that there would be fresh oysters, or at least mussels and clams, but no, at least not yet.
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