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Lobster-in-the-rough at Zookin\' 2K

Just to let you know, I plan on bringing my lobster boil stuff to Zookin' 2K for the cookout. If this is your kinda thing, let me know and I'll bring either the pot or the tub according to the number of lobsters (or crabs, shrimp, clams) we plan on throwing in.

I also plan on bringing little necks for a raw bar.

If you want to join in, let me know what you'll be bringing.

For those who don't do sea bugs, sorry.
It's a New England thing, you wouldn't understand.

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"little necks for a raw bar"???? What's that. Looks like you guys will have a great time. Too far away for me here in Oklahoma. Here in Oklahoma we'd just have to fry up some mountain oysters and drink long necks.

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thats what we'd have to do in texas as well... too bad new england is so far away..................

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Re: Lobster-in-the-rough at Zookin\' 2K

come on now fellers, sea bugs aint exactly a new england thing, dallas/ft worth has some good sea food joints, cant comment on OK though. long necks, short necks??? they all taste the same!!!! ha,ha got a good recipe for "mountain oysters"??? dont have one personally. are you serious about them, i thought i was the only one who actually still knew what those were. i guess it also depends on the areas as to which actuall animal their from... ha,ha sounds like Tim is the man up his way for a cook out at the rides. come on down to Zuwharrie in october, we will be having a blast there too. check it out for photos of last ride there, and detail for the next one....
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Re: Lobster-in-the-rough at Zookin\' 2K

FYI - Little Necks are the most sought after clam for eating raw, hence "raw bar". Outside of the New England, you can hardly find them. I had them in Fla. and Cal., and they were flown out there for sale. In Cal., I paid 12.95 for a 1/2 doz. on the halh shell. I buy a 1/4 bushel out here for $15.

Don't worry, we plan on making this a yearly thing. That way you'll all have a chance to experience it for yourselves.

Hmmmm, "Rock"lobsters-in-the-Rough??????

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The best seafood I ever had was on the cape (cod), in Salem and south of Peabody, MA. I love it when the leave the bellys on those clams. There are seafood places here in Okla. but after spending time in MA there is no comparison.

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As long as I don't have to eat crawdads again!! Not that they taste too bad, it is just that the effort involved is just not worth it for the meager reward.

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Re: Lobster-in-the-rough at Zookin\' 2K

See? With comments like that, folks will come not only to crawl New England granite, but to eat the best that the sea has to offer.

Maine lobsters...ahhhhh...

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Re: Lobster-in-the-rough at Zookin\' 2K

austin has some excellent sea food, as does houston and galveston... its a different style than new england though... thank god long necks are the same everywhere... forgive me for being ignorant, but what kind of beer do yall drink up there?

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I'm bettin' on Bud and Sam Adams, of course.

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