Maine Lobster in Florida

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2007/09/06 21:07:21 (permalink)

Maine Lobster in Florida

Aunt Catfishs rest. in Port Orange is serving steamed Maine lobster with 2 sides for $13.99, if you want another it's 10.99 w/o sides.
very good, 2 claws, decent size, had 2 but I could have went for 1 more.
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    Frankman
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/06 21:34:04 (permalink)
    Sounds like a good deal. Trouble is for me that I spend so much time working on getting the meat out that I'm full after the first.
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/06 23:09:40 (permalink)
    I'm headed there.
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/07 07:43:30 (permalink)
    Sounds wonderful. I remember going there years ago during the holiday season when they had Maine Lobster stew as a special at an etremely low price. We would go often during this time just for the stew!
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/07 20:31:24 (permalink)
    Frankman, they split the tail for you,(and for the touristswho don't know what to do), you're just left with the claws. you don't need a nutcracker for those either.
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/07 20:52:58 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by sk bob

    Frankman, they split the tail for you,(and for the touristswho don't know what to do), you're just left with the claws. you don't need a nutcracker for those either.



    This sort of makes me laugh my head off. More tourists know about Maine lobsters than people who live in that area! Most of the natives do not even know the difference between a Maine lobster and that stuff they pawn off as lobster in most of Florida
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/07 22:15:10 (permalink)
    I'm from Connecticut, Iknow Maine lobster.
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    RE: Maine Lobster in Florida 2007/09/07 23:45:30 (permalink)
    I'm originally from Mass. so I know lobster, too. I usually order "twins" when they are on special. We travel around in our Winnebago now, and just got back from two weeks in Wells, Maine where I ate quite a bit of that luscious Maine lobster. We live in FL seven months a year now, and I look forward to May when we head back to the East coast toward that lobster (pronounced lobsta' and chowdah by the natives). I will have to try that place in Port Orange when we're back at the home of the "Mouse". Donnablue
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