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August 18, 2009


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This meal does look good and it was probably made better because of the location. Very simple but nice looking lobster dish. Yum!


Cate-Yup, I had to do it! This was a little different than how I've had lobster in the past--it's usually our Christmas Eve meal where I go to the local fish market and order lobsters to be steamed, then we pick them up Christmas Eve afternoon, chill them and eat them cold later that evening.
Great view with the meal really enhanced the experience for us :)

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