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tmiles

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When you don't want to pay for a lobster roll Thu, 09/29/05 1:34 PM (permalink)
Lobster is up again, but I have had some very good seafood rolls recently in the 5.95 range. Today I had a Maine crab roll at Scales in Millbury, Mass. It was worth every penny. It was just crab with a little mayo on a grilled split top bun. A week or so ago I had the seafood roll at Ronnies on Rt 20 in Auburn Mass. Ronnies uses Maine crab, pan seared scallops and shrimp. Neither one adds that fake lobster product made from pollack.
 
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    tiki

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    • Location: Rentiesville, OK
    RE: When you don't want to pay for a lobster roll Thu, 09/29/05 3:00 PM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by tmiles

    ' A week or so ago I had the seafood roll at Ronnies on Rt 20 in Auburn Mass. Ronnies uses Maine crab, pan seared scallops and shrimp.


    now THAT sounds tasty!---i assume also in a split top bun---but was it with mayo ir butter---and anything else inn it--like celery or whatever That combo with butter sounds good to me!!!
     
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      tmiles

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      RE: When you don't want to pay for a lobster roll Thu, 09/29/05 3:08 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by tiki

      quote:
      Originally posted by tmiles

      ' A week or so ago I had the seafood roll at Ronnies on Rt 20 in Auburn Mass. Ronnies uses Maine crab, pan seared scallops and shrimp.


      now THAT sounds tasty!---i assume also in a split top bun---but was it with mayo ir butter---and anything else inn it--like celery or whatever That combo with butter sounds good to me!!!
      Ronnie's used a very common side cut roll and didn't grill it. Here in Mass, the hot buttered product often seen in Maine is not common. The Ronnie's filling is all seafood with the ingredients listed on the menu board. They use "no fillers", but I did detect, I think, a little mayo. It is served as a special only. They did not have it last weekend, when I was last there, so I had to settle for a whole belly clam roll. I doubt that I'll get any sympathy from this group on that.
       
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        tiki

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        RE: When you don't want to pay for a lobster roll Thu, 09/29/05 4:05 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by tmiles


        Originally posted by tiki


        Originally posted by tmiles

        ' They did not have it last weekend, when I was last there, so I had to settle for a whole belly clam roll. I doubt that I'll get any sympathy from this group on that.


        Nope--no sympathy from ME!
         
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