The only way to eat oysters
Named after John D. Rockefeller, a famous New Yorker in a town famous for its oysters, one might think this dish originated in the Big Apple. In fact, there is no connection at all between Rockefeller and the dish that bears his name, nor was the dish a New York creation.
Oysters Rockefeller made its debut at the famous Antoine’s restaurant in New Orleans in 1899. George’s riff on this famous seafood dish uses butter, shallots, parsley, tarragon, spinach, celery salt, tabasco, angostura and breadcrumbs.