Conversations with oyster farmers, chefs, restaurant owners and more at the 10th Annual Hangout Oyster Cook-off in Gulf Shores, Alabama held November 3rd and 4th 2017.
The 10th annual Hangout Oyster Cook-Off Gulf Shores Alabama, the first weekend in November 2017 revisited. Join Kay Morgan with Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism for a walkabout visit with some of America’s top oyster producers.
Elizabeth Jones talks about her business of baking rum infused cakes that has grown non-stop since she opened the doors of Rum Sisters in Gulf Shores, Alabama in 2014.
Elizabeth Jones had no clue that baking a batch of rum cakes to serve at her family aviation business would lead to a new career that’s been going viral. Everyone loved Jones’s gourmet alcohol infused rum cakes so much they clattered for more, which led her to open award-winning Rum Sisters with online sales and a brick-and-mortar in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Join Kay Morgan, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism’s Public Relations Manager at the Hangout Oyster Cook Off followed by a visit with award-winning chef, Chris Sherrill, one of Coastal Alabama’s noteworthy culinary wizards, at Salt restaurant, San Roc Cay Marina.
The Annual Oyster Cook Off at the Hangout held every November in Gulf Shores, Alabama is just one of the many events that draw thousands of visitors to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.
Al Sawyer and Jeanie Black talk about the legendary Royal Red Gulf shrimp at King Neptune's diner in Gulf Shores, Alabama
Join Al Sawyer, owner of King Neptune’s Seafood Restaurant in Gulf Shores, Alabama—where he’s been running the show for 24 years. King Neptune's rare deep-water Royal Red shrimp draws repeat diners from as far away as New York City.