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Panko-Crusted Halibut & Grilled Oysters

One of the things I love most about living in the Pacific Northwest is the wide variety of fresh seafood. I am not talking about what they call fresh at the grocery store, but literally "alive" or "right off the boat" and sold on the dock fresh. Crab, oysters, clams, tuna, salmon, sturgeon, cod, halibut, the list goes on and on. If you travel down to the docks when they ships come in you can usually pick up a whole fresh tuna for about $1.99/pound...now that is amazing!  Over this spring break we stayed in a place on Discovery Bay, which is about 20 minutes outside of Port Townsend. For those outdoor enthusiast, this is an amazing destination with rain forests, beaches and tide pools, snow capped mountains (in April) that you can visit at over 5,000 feet, bays and inlets for kayaking and canoeing,plenty of places for gorgeous hikes, and many great restaurants and shops. Take the ferry in Port Angeles to Victoria and you fall in love with all the sights, sounds, and

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