Briny, minerally oysters just barely cooked, surrounded by smoky bacon and lightened with the zing of fresh lime juice.
Pre-cook the bacon slices: Working in batches if necessary, cook the bacon slices on medium heat in a large frying pan, until only about halfway cooked, but not crispy.
You need to pre-cook the bacon a bit or else when you cook them with the oysters, the oysters will be overcooked by the time the bacon is crispy. Set the bacon aside to cool.
Get a grill or BBQ good and hot while you wrap the oysters.
To make an angel on horseback, you wrap 1/2 a piece of bacon around the small oyster and secure it with the toothpick. Overlap the edges of the bacon by about an inch if you can.
Grill or BBQ over high heat to cook the oyster and crisp the bacon, about 5-6 minutes on the first side, another 2-4 once you turn them over. You will need to turn them once or twice to get a good crispiness on all sides.
As soon as they come off the heat, squirt with the lime juice and serve hot.