5 ways lobster has made ordinary dishes extraordinary

Published on
October 30, 2018
Lobsters come in all shapes, sizes and colors; and are undeniably seen around the world as a luxury. There was a time, however, when lobster was “poor man’s food,” only fed to prisoners. When the first settlers to the Northeast United States arrived there was so many lobsters they discovered piles of them, sometimes two feet high, washed up on the shores in Massachusetts. The Native Americans only used them for fertilizer and fish bait. But, as with many foods, they “got discovered” with the…

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