For Valentine’s Day, the incorrigble Phillip Foss of Lockwood has perhaps outdone himself with a dish he calls Royal Miyagi Oyster Enveloped in the Scent of a Woman - Aloe, Pomegranate, Ginger. The “scent of a woman” in question here is, specifically, rose-infused tea that spills out across the table in a haze of misty nitrous, and we presume that the recipe’s name certainly is not meant to evoke any other sort of female aroma, particularly anything that might be directly or indirectly implied, either visually or associatively, by the oyster wrapped in said scent. The oysters, after all, are already fully shucked. There is absolutely no need to slurp them. Just make sure, as Foss notes in the handily provided recipe, that the oysters “appear moist and look plump.” We suppose if all else fails, you could always switch shellfish and turn to Foss’s advice about mussels. At the very least that photo is awfully instructive.