Cold water makes good oysters, and in winter, they're at their plump, luscious best. West Coast varieties, such as Kumamotos and Olympias, have a creamy sweetness we can't resist.
Sunset DECEMBER 2006
1. In a small bowl, mix together lime juice, jalapeño, sugar, salt, and lime zest.
2. Pour mixture into a metal baking pan and freeze.
3. Use a fork to scrape the frozen mixture into an icy mound and spoon it onto oysters.
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