The Oyster Loaf has a number of purported birthplaces, from New Orleans to San Francisco. The local South Carolina version though, is a little different. Rather than bread filled with fried oysters, this sandwich involves filling bread with oysters and butter, replacing the top, and baking the stuffed loaf. Where did this local favorite come from? More importantly, where you can find the best version in Charleston today? Find out below! Read the full article here: Different Takes on an Oyster Loaf Became Evident in 1800's

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