Fried lobster tails

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RE: Fried lobster tails 2006/05/19 09:37:26 (permalink)
Shaw's Warf in New Harbor Maine does fried lobster and it is VERY good.

How can you go wrong dipping deep fried lobster meat in butter?
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RE: Fried lobster tails 2006/05/19 09:46:32 (permalink)
In my New England, part Maine Yankee family fried lobster was something we'd heard of, but it certainly wasn't something you'd talk about at the dinner table. " />
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RE: Fried lobster tails 2006/05/19 10:59:51 (permalink)
Since I posted this thread 3 years ago, I've had the opportunity to try fried lobster tails a few times, although still prefer them steamed. The ones at the CrabTrap in Somers Point NJ were excellent.

In my mind, it's no different than shrimp - I like steamed shrimp and I like them breaded and fried too. It just depends on my mood. Same for flounder or sea bass - if the fish is fresh, it's hard to choose between fried or broiled.

But I can understand the "purist" comments. I kind of cringe when I read about crab cakes. When I was growing up, our family had a boat on the Chesapeake bay so we ate copious amounts of blue crabs. Why take good crabmeat and add a bunch of stuff and make crabcakes when you could have a bowlful of crabmeat swimming in browned butter?
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