It’s hard to beat the taste of oysters at the Oshkish Festival, which runs from October 6-8.
In fact, you can’t go wrong with any seafood festival in the country, even if it’s for a short while.
But this year, the festival offers oyster balls, fried oysters, shrimp and oysters with cream sauce.
The most popular seafood is the oyster, and it’s not hard to find it in Oshkots shops.
“We’re very popular, but we also have a big variety of seafood,” said Chris Lein, who runs the food truck, Soho Oyster.
“If you want to go for the best seafood, go for Oshkot.
If you want the best fried oyster in the city, go to Oshkotte.”
In fact the oysters are so popular, Lein and his wife, Susan, have taken over a storefront in the nearby Oshkota.
“They were so kind, and we really appreciate that,” Lein said.
“It’s just been amazing.
We’ve gotten lots of new customers and new friends.”
You won’t find any ice cream at the festival, but there is some tasty desserts that will be enjoyed at the restaurant, as well.
The Leins serve “Oshkot Fried Oysters,” a fried oystee made from scratch.
The fried oystees are topped with cream, but also served with a sweet sauce and served on a bed of oyster flakes.
“There’s a lot of flavor,” Susan said.
The restaurant has an ice cream section where you can sample the oystees, fried shrimp and more.
You can also order seafood from the festival.
Lein has had some luck with seafood from nearby Oshmoyok, which is the closest town.
“The best thing about Oshkos is they have so much to offer, and they’re all in OshKosh,” Leins said.
If it’s a seafood festival, you’ll probably have to try a few of the specialty dishes.
The food trucks are a great way to try new items.
There’s a popular grilled chicken dish that is fried oyled, with shrimp, on a rice paper roll, while the fried chicken from the Oyster Bar in the center of Oshkops is a grilled shrimp and fried oylet.
A few other specialty dishes include the fried shrimp with oyster sauce and the fried oylette with oysters.
The Fried Oyster with Oysters is also a popular food item, and you’ll have to wait until November to try it.
The Oyster Pie is also popular with guests, which comes in a tart, tart shell.
There are also some great desserts from the seafood section, like the Oysters and Pear Pie with Apple.
If your food preferences are a little more adventurous, you might want to check out the Food Truck Paradise.
They offer a variety of food from the food trucks to the food vendors.
The trucks also sell oysters for sale.
“I like to eat oysters because they are the perfect complement to a salad or a vegetable salad,” Leining said.
You won.t find many food trucks in Oshkwos, but they do have one that has a variety that’s perfect for a festival food.
If oysters don’t appeal to you, there’s another option that will appeal to the general public.
The Oshkotic Fish and Oyster Festival offers an all-you-can-eat food truck called the Oyjigaki, which will also serve a variety seafoods.
This year’s festival has a total of five food trucks, with two more in the works.
It’s open from October 1 to November 25.
The location of the festival is in Oshmoys parking lot at 519 W. 9th St. It has been a popular location for festivals throughout Oshkens history.
The festival has been held every year since 1984.
The year it closed was the year it was closed to the public, and people who attended the festival went home empty-handed.
“This year, we decided to do something different and reopen,” Leiner said.
He’s planning to reopen the festival this year and make it a family-friendly event.
There will be more food trucks this year to cater to all tastes, including the ones who like seafood and the ones that like the desserts.
It also makes for an easy-to-follow schedule.
The Food Truck and Oyjigaigaki Festival is located at 515 W. 8th St., Oshkott, 618-524-3883.
For more information, go here.
For tips on how to cook with shrimp at the Ooyogi Festival, visit our shrimp recipe page.
For other recipes, visit the Food and Wine website.
For an easy recipe for shrimp and crab cake, visit Food andwine.com.
For a recipe for fried shrimp, visit Chef Chris’s shrimp