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Old 11-07-2008, 03:29 PM   #11
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I would NEVER let any of that lobset meat go to waste quicksilver, not matter how small. Also if you crack open the body there are the parts where the legs attach. If you break into those there is a good amount of delicious meat. What I am doing with a lobster there is a teensy pile of shell, and nothing else left.
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:30 PM   #12
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Does anyone know there's meat in the little fan section of lobster tail too? Also in the legs. You just have to knead it out with your teeth,
See that little non-see thru part. It's meat.

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Federal officials have arrested a commercial fisherman believed to be the largest lobster poacher in the Florida Keys after finding 6,000 lobster tails in freezers at the man's million-dollar home on Cudjoe Key.
David Dreifort, 41, was arrested Wednesday, the opening day of lobster season, and charged with harvesting about 140 pounds of spiny lobsters - a small portion of those found - out of season. He reportedly lured them to cinder-block habitats he created in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
It was almost $10,000.00 worth! Sold at auction for undisclosed amount!
Oh yea... I definately won't let that go to waste. DH just stares at me when I am eating crab legs or lobster... it is like a diamond hunt for me. No shell left unturned!!!
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:31 PM   #13
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I would NEVER let any of that lobset meat go to waste quicksilver, not matter how small. Also if you crack open the body there are the parts where the legs attach. If you break into those there is a good amount of delicious meat. What I am doing with a lobster there is a teensy pile of shell, and nothing else left.
Amen to that GB!!!! I'm with ya!
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:45 PM   #14
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I agree!! I always find it unbelievable how many people are either sadly ignorant or too lazy to really do justice to a lobster! I'm lucky in that my husband just isn't interested in picking the body, nor does he like the tomalley or roe - so when I cook lobsters for us, I end up with bonus parts - lol!!!
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GB, yes, there too.
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Old 11-07-2008, 07:19 PM   #16
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I agree!! I always find it unbelievable how many people are either sadly ignorant or too lazy to really do justice to a lobster! I'm lucky in that my husband just isn't interested in picking the body, nor does he like the tomalley or roe - so when I cook lobsters for us, I end up with bonus parts - lol!!!
Okaaaay.... label me one of the two, or both, but I enjoy eating, not digging for gold dust. If I can't snap a lobster leg and easily pull the meat out, I'm fine enjoying the mother lode.
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