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The bigger they are, the less tasty. Still, this is impressive.
21-Pound Lobster Caught Off Cape Cod.
Photo via WBZ, courtesy of Elise Costa, manager of Capt’n Elmer’s, Orleans, MA.
Lance Mannion on Wednesday, July 18, 2012 in Your morning paper | Permalink
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Bigger lobsters are just as tasty as smaller lobsters. Granted, we've never eaten anything beyond a ten pounder, but ten pounders are quite delicious, and you get big chunks of meat. I think the big lobsters are bland or tough thing is just something spread by some big lobster fans to discourage outsiders.
Saturday, July 21, 2012 at 11:13 PM
Kaleberg, shh! You're giving away the secret!
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