Tradition

Tradition

DSC_1533No, I’m not talking about the father trying to marry off his daughters. You know, the guy playing the fiddle on the roof.

I’m talking about whenever you’re on the East Coast, if you’re like me, you have to have fresh lobster. You may be able to get lobster shipped to you nearly year-round, but there is something special about picking up some fresh bugs (as the locals refer to them), throwing them in a pot, and having a fresh lobster feed of your own.

 

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So, you already know you want fresh lobster, but where do you go? There are so many places, how can you tell the good ones from the not so good ones. One way is to look up reviews and then try to find one that’s perfect. Bayley’s Lobster Pound might be perfect. Bayley’s Lobster Pound not only sells live lobster, but they will cook them for you on the spot. Plus, they will give you cooking instructions for your own lobster feast. They also provide lobster meat, crabmeat, cold water shrimp, tiger shrimp, crab claws, haddock, salmon, swordfish, tuna, sole, halibut, little neck, oysters, and the list goes on. The list of seafood I just described is seasonal, but you can see that at Bayley’s you’re going to get a wide selection. They also ship overnight.

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Perhaps the next time you’re visiting the East Coast, especially Maine, on your upland hunt of a lifetime, you’ll start your trip off with the tradition of your own lobster feast. Enjoy.

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