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oysters Rockefeller

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plural noun Cooking.
oysters spread with a mixture of spinach, butter, seasonings, and breadcrumbs and baked on the half shell.
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Origin of oysters Rockefeller

First recorded in 1935–40; of unclear origin; the dish apparently has no direct connection with John D. Rockefeller or his heirs

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