Vinyl Oyster - Angels On Horseback mp3 downloadPerformer: Vinyl Oyster
Title: Angels On Horseback
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Released: July 16, 1996
Size MP3 version: 1565 mb
Size FLAC version: 1295 mb
Size WMA version: 1823 mb
Format: DXD VQF MOD APE AIFF MP1
Genre: Pop Rock
Vinyl Oyster - Angels On Horseback mp3 download
Angels on horseback is a hot hors d'œuvre or savoury made of oysters wrapped with bacon. The dish, when served atop breads, can also be a canapé. The dish is typically prepared by rolling shucked oysters in bacon and baking them in an oven. Modern variations of angels on horseback include skewering and frying. Serving can vary widely to taste on either skewers or breads, with additional accompaniments or condiments
Horseback - The Invisible Mountain NEW CD ALBUM. The music on the album is psychadelic, repetitive and stoned rock/ metal. Actually the instrumental part of the album has little to do with metal but the vocals are raspy and somewhat akin to black metal styled vocals. The repetitive nature of the music is hypnotic and there are obvious nods toward krautrock and psychadelic rock.
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The name apparently comes from the way the curled bacon looks like angels wings. Preheat oven to broil, and soak 12 toothpicks in a bowl of hot water for about 15 minutes. Wrap each oyster in a piece of bacon and secure with a toothpick. Set the oysters on a baking sheet and place under the broiler. Cook, turning occasionally, for about 6 or 7 minutes, or until the bacon is browned and the edges are beginning to curl. Serve as is on a platter, or remove the toothpicks and serve warm on buttered toast points or in oyster shells. Angels on Horseback Variations. Devils on Horseback : Use prunes instead of oysters
Angels on horseback" is the fanciful name given to a type of hot hors d’oeuvre in which oysters are wrapped in bacon strips, skewered and broiled. They originated in Victorian England as a popular after-dinner snack but have since become a common appetizer served at upscale parties, weddings and other types of gatherings. They occasionally are served on toast points, which are crustless triangles of buttered and toasted bread, but they most often are presented simply on their own to be eaten directly from the skewer. They are sometimes referred to as oysters en brochette or just bacon-wrapped oysters. On occasion, angels on horseback will be battered and deep fried, but for the most part, they are either broiled or grilled. Shucked oysters usually are first marinated in a combination of white wine and garlic for several hours.
Angels on horseback, a British appetizer made with oysters that have been wrapped in bacon and cooked. I had a blast, but what I remembered most was this odd appetizer of an oyster, wrapped in bacon and squirted with lemon juice. I asked the waiter what it was called and he said, It’s an angel on horseback, as if I was a moron for not knowing. I later learned that angels on horseback-also done with scallops and sometimes called devils on horseback -was a de rigeur Long Island party food at the time. I can tell you that even now it remains an awesomely tasty dish. Briny, minerally oysters just barely cooked, surrounded by smoky bacon and lightened with the zing of fresh lemon juice.
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Angels on horseback is a hot hors d'œuvre or savoury made of oysters wrapped with bacon. Serving can vary widely to taste on either skewers or breads, with additional accompaniments or condiments