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Old 07-10-2014, 12:04 PM   #241
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Originally Posted by Roll_Bones View Post
Lucky bastards! LOL
I'm sorry RB. But lobsters in these here parts are a common food. I don't know about other families, but we don't consider it a treat. Just another means of getting protein into our diet. We have several friends at the Yacht Club the family belongs to that lay out traps all summer long. So it is not a big deal for us. Every year the YC has a big lobster fete. You get two huge lobsters, potato salad, corn on the cob and strawberry shortcake for $25 a person. I like to bring the shells home and boil them for seafood stock. Great for a clam or fish chowder. I usually only eat one of the lobsters and remove the meat from the second. Bring that home for lobster salad. I pass on the corn and the shortcake. Next time I am pigging out on lobster salad, I will be think of you.

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