Oysters are an important item on the menu at Bacchus on the Beach in Pass Christian. They offer numerous different types of oysters, from fresh to Oysters Rockefeller and chargrilled with their own butter.
Amanda McCoySun Herald
Oysters are a huge part of Bacchus' menu
Bourbon fan? Try an exclusive bottle handpicked by bourbon expert Jonathan Maisano
Large, fresh portions of seafood is what Biloxi Lugger is all about
Behind-the-scenes baker at Boomtown keeps the sweets sweet
A delicious and easy recipe using fresh Gulf shrimp
P&J Farm offers USDA certified organic food
Stalla brings authentic Italian cuisine to the Coast
Pop Brothers: More than just popsicles
Orchid brings Indian food to the Coast
Darlene Kimball's love for the Gulf keeps seafood business going despite setbacks
Gulfport Harbor Farmers Market brings food directly from the growers
Jonathan Maisano talks about his love of bourbon. Maisano has handpicked 18 barrels from distilleries so far this year that are bottled exclusively for his shop, Maisano's Fine Wine and Spirits in Ocean Springs. Hear what goes into choosing a barrel.
The Biloxi Lugger restaurant, owned Dr. Felix James Allen, offers old-school Biloxi-style cooking with a view of the Biloxi Back Bay. It serves iconic dishes such as Biloxi Bacon, shrimp po-boys and gumbo.
Chef Paola Bugli of Stalla is a a native of Florence and has 20 years’ experience working in traditional Italian restaurants in Italy. She brings her expertise to the kitchen of Stalla, located at Beau Rivage Resort & Casino.
"You really have to love what you do to put up with this business." Darlene Kimball is the fourth generation of her family to sell seafood at Pass Christian Harbor. She's an iconic face on the docks, where fresh oysters, shrimp and other seafood are unloaded. Her business has survived through Hurricane Katrina, the BP oil spill and freshwater entering the oyster reefs with the opening of the Bonnet Carré Spillway. But, whereas she used to have over 80 boats bringing in their catch, she now has around 15.
See all the local and fresh products available at the Gulfport Harbor Farmers Market as Chef Diane Claughton talks about the South Mississippi Farmers Market Association. The Gulfport Harbor Farmers Market is one of three state-certified farmers markets, meaning that what is sold there is made or grown by the person selling it. The other state-certified farmers markets are Ocean Springs Fresh Market and Long Beach Farmers Market.
Pascagoula River Audubon Center director Mark LaSalle takes a walk in the woods, collecting edibles as he goes. Watch as he makes a chowder out of wild onions and green brier, known as wild asparagus. If you’re interested in wild foods, visit LaSalle at the Pascagoula River Audubon Center and plan to attend the “Buffet on the Bayou” in May to learn the safe and proper way to harvest and prepare wild foods.
Dale and Tina Stevens' Sand Ridge Farm, located outside of Lucedale, is home to around 50 red wattle hogs. They range freely on the large farm, and eat an all-natural diet of knee-high grass planted in pastures on the property. If you want to try Sand Ridge Farm pork, you will have to visit Vestige in Ocean Springs, BR Prime, Stalla or Jia at the Beau Rivage Casino and Resort, Corks & Cleaver Wine Bistro in Gulfport or Keg and Barrel in Hattiesburg.