Pink Lady

Pink Lady

Regular price $ 47.99

Barnstable, MA

Based on the John Updike novel, Witches of Eastwick (dated: yes) but entertaining and appropriately October-ish straddles sex, power, and satire. Cher, Michelle, and Susan would have conjured serious hocus pocus on Jack with PINK LADY: (not from Salem, but Barnstable, MA): a titillating, pillowy pool of brine and sweet seaweed. 

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Think Pink: Shuck Cancer.

briny | seaweed-sweet | pink-a-licious

briny | seaweed-sweet | pink-a-licious

2.75 - Petite

Pairs Perfectly with:

  1. Breast Cancer Awareness
  2. Witches of Eastwick
  3. Sparkling Rosé
  4. Artist: 4 Non-Blondes


Barnstable, Cape Cod Bay

David Cranshaw, Veteran of the Sea

This enterprising shellfisherman recognized early on that shellfish aquaculture was the future. He got his start working in New Bedford, Massachusetts, unloading boats and processing the catch. He witnessed overfishing first hand, including the collapse of the cod fishery. Prior to oyster aquaculture, he operated a quahog nursery and farmed them to maturity. He enjoys being on the water (even on rough days) and the solitude and beauty of Cape Cod Bay. “I love making something grow, it’s gratifying."

The Gritty Details:

Oyster seed is upwelled, then grown in suspended mesh bags, and finally moved to grow out trays. Time to Market: 1.5 years

Flavor Influenced by:

  1. Salinity: 2.7% - 3.5% full oceanic salinity
  2. Tides: 8-10 ft tides
  3. Bottom Makeup: Clean sandy bottom, Large thatch beds.