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Old 06-01-2015, 09:31 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Addie View Post
In our family we frequently (at least once a month) have lobster. So having the shells is easy enough for me to make the sauce. I would rather use that than the chicken stock. I can also toss in the shrimp shells to make the sauce. I usually have about one or two cups of shell liquor. But I used it about a couple of weeks ago when I made the clam chowder.

There is always someone in this seafood loving family that has lobster at least once a month. Now though there will be a slowdown on purchases of it because the lobsters are molting. And no one in the family likes them in the summertime. The meat is sweeter, but not too much meat as they finish molting. Then the new shells harden and there is more meat. So this recipe will have to wait until the fall. Right now the lobsters are cheap here. About $3.99 a pound. In the winter, if there is not a glut of them it goes up by one dollar. But I do have the recipe C&F.
I bet this would be over the top with lobster / shrimp stock!

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Old 06-02-2015, 09:19 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by powerplantop View Post
I bet this would be over the top with lobster / shrimp stock!
That is what I was thinking. Even if I made it with the soft shell lobsters. I could add the lobster meat to the dish along with the shrimp. If I saw this on the menu I would be willing to pay top $$$$ for it. Well worth all the effort.

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