TITLE: Expert Essay #2
DATE: 12/13/2004 10:22:00 AM
How to Eat a Lobster
"Now it's down to the nitty gritty. With your lobster reclining in a cardboard boat on the plastic tray in front of you, it's time to dig in. But how? The best lobster places--those side-of-the-cliff joints where "black tie" is thought to be a brand of grain alcohol--will not carve up your lobster for you. They will not hand you a plate of delicately arranged de-shelled pieces. The entire lobster will be plunked bluntly in front of you, boiled, red, and whole. There will be a tough exoskeleton between you and the lobster meat.
There's a technique to this..."
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