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Lobster in Seattle?

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#1 gear02

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 12:14 AM

Hey guys! I've watched too much Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, especially the Maine episode where he catches Lobster and eats it fresh. That got me to think about doing my own lobster boil. The problem is that I've never bought lobster in my life.

So where's a good place to go in Seattle for it? How much is a good price these days?

Has anyone done a boil before? I want to do something like a crawfish boil where it has potatoes, sausage (is it andouille?), corn, shrimp, and clams, but I don't know whether I need to get some sort of seasoning for the water for Lobster. Any help?

I love doing food projects like this (some people have house projects, I try making new dishes) but I have no clue where to start :)