Bill the Oyster Man Newsletter

      How did I use those crabs I mentioned in my last post? Many salmon were also sacrificed as part of the coexistence project. The answer was that it takes 2.5 feet of water for salmon and crab to live in harmony. Today you can visit the oxidation ponds on the south side […]

Bill the Oyster Man Newsletter

    They feed at night. One fun fact that I learned while getting my degree in Oceanography from Humboldt State University was that crabs feed at night.  I had to collect baby crabs so I put out nets daily off the pier in Trinidad. After weeks of being laughed at by the local crabbers, […]

Bill the Oyster Man Newsletter

    Regular is good. I used to provide oysters to the Vintner’s Club, the oldest wine tasting group in SF. At each event, the food was ‘viewed’ for 30 minutes before service began. As I waited behind the bar an older woman just stared at me for the entire time. When service began she […]

Bill the Oyster Man Newsletter

Post Election Blues. When I am confused, as I often am after the election results, I turn to nature for clarity. Nature always continues on.  Hopefully our impact on her will be better in the future. I ask nature, what will happen now? All I hear is the sound of silence. I choose to wait, […]

From Bill: Having been in the food business for all my life, I watch trends and wonder what’s next? Recently my family subscribed to Blue Apron, a service that delivers portioned meals our door. I wonder if this will become a trend. I like that there is no leftovers and I actually make the food. […]

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