SOS Oyster Shells - Stainless Steel Oyster Shells
1204 West 21st Avenue
Covington, LA 70433
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 3:00pm
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The world's most versatile piece of cookware!

    • environmentally safe
    • sanitary
    • no more shucking
    • quick prep time
    • easy clean
    • perfect for entertaining
    • bacteria free
    • baking
    • broiling
    • freezer safe
    • no splattering
    • no tilting like natural shells
    • kids, artists & chef's love them
    • talk of the party
    • portion controlled
    • perfect oyster shape mold
    • fun to use
    • for creative minds
    • fun family
    • lasts a lifetime
    • oven safe
    • dishwasher safe
    • cooks food evenly
    • stays hot longer
    • stays cold longer
    • great for tailgating
    • reusable

Watch our video showing how to chargrill at home

About SOS Oyster Shells

The char-grilled oysters served in New Orleans have become a national favorite. Serving char-grilled oysters on their natural shell has always been a problem for professional and amateur chefs. There is a lot of labor involved in opening natural oysters, sanitizing the shells, and cooking on the natural shell. As a result, we began making our own stainless steel shells to use in our restaurant. These were so effective that we began offering them for personal use.

Schwing’s Oyster Shells (SOS) are large, flat bottomed, stainless steel “shells”. They are sanitary, deep enough for your “special” sauce, and easily cleaned and reused. Use them to grill oysters, shrimp, vegetables and more!

You are limited only by your imagination!

oysters bienville, eggs crabmeat, shrimp, broccoli au gratin, chicken salads, desserts, vegetables shrimp vegetables mussels, scallops, lobster
  • Sonny, we used our SOS for the first time last night. They are sooo neat! (And the bar-be-qued oysters weren't bad either!)
  • love, love, LOVE my SOS Oyster Shells....

Restaurants Currently Using SOS Oyster Shells

  • Annunciation
  • Brigtsen’s Restaurant
  • Big Dawg’s BBQ
  • Belle Louisiane
  • Blackberries Restaurant
    (Evangeline Downs Casino)
  • Chateau Country Club
  • Creole House Café
  • Crescent City Cooks
  • Craw Daddy’s
  • New Orleans School of Cooking
  • Palate
  • New Orleans Catering
  • Roux Royale Royale
  • Praline Company
  • Spahr Seafood
  • The Faded Rose