Peter Stein, oyster farmer: a story of oysters, creativity and survival during the covid crisis


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My guest this week is Peter Stein, oyster farmer & owner of Peeko Oysters in Long Island, NY.

Before the coronavirus crisis, he has supplied a lot of prestigious eateries in New York including Le Bernardin, Eleven Madison Park and Gramercy Tavern.

But as the restaurants have closed up due to the pandemic, Peter had to adapt or perish.

He’s driving now 300 miles a day to deliver his oysters door-to-door to individuals in New York.

It’s time to listen to him and his creative story of oysters, creativity and survival.

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