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Pacific Oyster Bisque

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Pacific Oyster Bisque has a delicious taste. Pacific Oyster Bisque gets its taste from oyster mixed with eggs and milk, flavored with parsley. Pacific Oyster Bisque is inspired by many food joints worldwide.
  Milk 2 Quart
  Bay leaf 1
  Celery tops 4 , washed
  Parsley sprigs 4 Small
  Onion 1 Medium, chopped
  Butter/Margarine 1⁄4 Pound (1/2 Cup)
  Whole lemon slices 3
  Salt 2 Teaspoon
  Pepper 1⁄8 Teaspoon
  Canned pacific oysters 24 Ounce (Two 12 Ounce Containers)
  Egg yolks 4

Using a large double boiler or a pan set over boiling water; scald milk with the bay, celery, and parsley.
Meanwhile saute the onion in butter until soft.
Add the lemon slices, salt, pepper, and oysters, including their liquor; cover, and cook until edges of oysters begin to curl, about 10 minutes.
Discard lemon slices.
Remove about half the oysters to a cutting board, chop, and reserve.
Turn remaining oyster-onion mixture into blender container; whirl until smooth; add egg yolks and whirl a few seconds more.
Remove celery, bay, and parsley from the milk and add the blended oyster mixture; stir over slowly simmering water until slightly thickened.
Stir in chopped oysters.
Reduce heat, cover, and keep warm over hot (not boiling) water.

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Pacific Oyster Bisque Recipe