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    CURSES!! There I go digging my own grave again.

    Just tell them I'm city folk who don't know difference between what a panda and a deer taste like.


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    Panda taste alot like roasted Bald Eagle.

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    I bet a side of Rhino would make it absolutely deeeeeeeeeeeeeeelicious

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    Grundle, deer tastes just like lobster. Indistinguishable. Ask Rick. I'll bet he's tried the lobster at Legal Seafoods. Now Panda, I'm told (never tried it myself) tastes kinda' like Fig Newtons
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    Remember my Damariscotta story? Well, the husband of one of the folks that worked in that office had a lobster boat. I bought six of the prettiest lobster off him. Cost me like $36.00 for all six. He was even kind enough to dry ice them and mail them to my home. $75.00 bucks for shipping living lobster!!!!!!!!!! Then!!! on top of that, I invited my neighbor and his wife over to gorge on the lobster. The day I fixed my feast I was just pulling the last lobster out of the pot when my father and step mother paid an unexpected visit. They hate sea food. Had to cancel with my neighbor and put the lobsters in the fridge.

    I knew when I saw the tracers hit the air craft that we were doomed. Too low to bail out and too shot up to fly. We just spiraled down with the lobsters........

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    I missed something here ..................
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    Okay, let me get this straight. You paid $36.00 for SIX lobsters?
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    Used to get lobsters in Nova Scotia for a buck each.
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    Sheeeeeeeeeeeet!
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    Yep. Nice big plumb ones. You could buy 2 for 6 for the small ones all over the place. Just about anywhere.

    I may have been close to a protein overdose the week I was out there. Lobster round the clock!

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    My grandfather was a fishing boat captain in Nova Scotia. Three masted schooners with no engines. He used to tell stories of how only the fishermen would eat lobsters because the "public" thought they were dirty and wouldn't touch them.
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    Back then I bet they were HUGE since they weren't over fished

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    wow. two pages of lobster. you guys suck!

    I'm hungry, and two things keep hauntin me: mexican food, and the chopped brisket they have at this barbecue joint down the street. Typing that literally just made my mouth water

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    it's gonna be a long nine days...

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    You think this thread is bad, check some of the pictures posted by Bragg, Tahyo and Rick of their smoking projects.
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    It's hard to stop smoking. It's hard to stop eating. It's impossible to stop eating smoked pork. Muhahaahahaaha.

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    I've heard the stories about only fishermen and poor folks in Maine eating lobster 80 years ago. However, I've lived on the coast of Mass all of my life. There are lobster boats two or three miles from my home. I've NEVER heard of lobsters as cheap as you guys got them for. (Except on Nomans Island, where they were free.) Are you guys yanking chains about these prices?
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    Honest as I can be. That was around 1995-6. There were restaurants all along that area of Maine with signs out for 2 - $6. The tails were not quite as long as your hand but for $6 they were pretty darned nice.

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    For me, we met the small lobster boats on the docks as they came in. I guess it saved them from off-loading at the fish plant. Don't knwo what the plant paid, but probably wasn't much. I remember as a kid up there gigging for cod. We used to sell it to the fish plant for gas money for the little boat we had. 75lbs of filleted cod would bring us about 4 bucks (I think they just paid us to get us out of their hair). This was quite a while ago - late 60's, but I remember not paying too much more for lobster on the Jersey Shore in the 70's. Same deal....met the boats as they came in.
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