Another selection from my great great aunt Jessie's recipe scribbles. I copy them exactly as she wrote them. I have not tried these but keeping for preservations sake. I do not have exact prep or cooking times to share, I would ask, but Aunt Jessie doesn't talk much anymore. She passed a long long time ago. Recipe yields as much or as little as you put in it.
My husband and I just got back from a trip down to the Florida Keys where we had this appetizer along the way. These are so simple and easy to do and wow are they good. I typically love thick cut bacon, but for this, I purposefully bought thin, center-cut bacon and I think it worked out nicely.
Oysters are just about out of season now and I have not tried this recipe, but think it sounds good. If you decide to try it, I sincerely hope they are good. Maybe one day, I will get to try all the recipes that I want. (may be if I live to be as old as Methuselah (sp?)
Posted in response to a request. Found in the New York Times years ago. Note: Because of its rich ingredients, creator Jules Alciatore of Antoine's Restaurant in New Orleans chose John D. Rockefeller, one of the wealthiest men in the nation, as its namesake