Oyster Burger Chronicles XIV

The Shrimp Shack, Anacortes, WA

The Shrimp Shack’s Award Winning Oyster Burger. All photos by author.

Here’s one of the great unresolved questions of dining: how long are you willing to wait for great food? When the hostess tells you that there will be a forty minute interval separating from a table, do you shrug and settle in, or do you walk away? Connoisseurs of quality fare may be willing to stand by for a couple of hours, as long as a jaw-droppingly…

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Is there any sandwich better than the oyster burger? Join Richard J. Goodrich as he tours the world searching for the best samples of this culinary delight.

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Richard J. Goodrich - The Peripatetic Historian

Richard J. Goodrich - The Peripatetic Historian

The Peripatetic Historian: former history professor now travelling the world and writing about its history. Newsletter: http://rjgoodrich.substack.com.

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