12 each Eastern Oyster
½ cup White Miso
½ Cup Honey
1 each small sized Daikon Radish
1 each medium sized Carrot
1 small bunch of Mint rough chop
1 small bunch of Cilantro rough chop
¾ cup simple syrup
1 TBL spoon of fish sauce
Juice of two limes
In a bowl, mix simple syrup, fish sauce and lime juice thoroughly. Set aside.
Using a mandolin with the finest set of "teeth", slice daikon and carrot on its thinnest setting. Rinse the strings of daikon and carrot in cold water. Combine with mint and cilantro and toss in the dressing. Let vegetables marinade for at least 30 minutes. Strain and squeeze very tightly to wring out any excess liquid.
In a saute pan over law heat, warm honey and then add miso to dissolve. Stir continuously until the mixtue is dissolved and slightly reduce. Set aside to completely cook.
Top shucked oyster with a teaspoon of miso honey glaze and some daikon & carrot salad and serve.
101 East Beach Blvd.
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
ABOUT THE RESTAURANT:
The Hangout is about family, old friends and new. It is a daily celebration with laughter, love and live music. You are invited to dance, sing and have a ball. Also, a burger, seafood and cocktails on the Gulf Coast!
The Hangout has a new menu with custom dishes created by Chef Ephraim Kadish.
The Hangout's motto is simple: "Laugh Hard, Smile Big, Dance Wild, Sing Loud, Give Hugs, Hang Loose, Have Fun, Love Life, Be Nice... or GO HOME!"
Alabama Gulf Seafood presents the 5th Annual Oyster Cook-off at the Hangout in Gulf Shores. Over 40 teams including celebrity and local chefs will compete to see who can serve up the best oyster dish. Champagne, wine, beer and oyster shooters are available for sampling as well. There will also be a shucking competition and live music.
The cook-off gets underway at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, November 3 at the Hangout. Admission is free but tasting tickets will be sold at the event if you want to try out the food. The tasting tickets cost $2 a piece or a book of 20 for $30.
For a schedule of events, click here.
Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd has pleaded guilty to a state felony and will resign immediately. Byrd on Thursday pleaded guilty in circuit court to one charge of intimidating a witness.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from former President George W. Bush. Foster missed two field goal attempts and had a third blocked in the Crimson Tide's 34-28 loss to Auburn on Nov. 30.
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