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Mrcroz
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warm or cold water lobster
      #1002623 - 05/04/09 09:51 AM (68.236.147.187)

Hopefully I am posting on the correct forum. What are the differences between cold and warm water lobster?
Thanks.


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peconic
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Re: warm or cold water lobster [Re: Mrcroz]
      #1002630 - 05/04/09 09:56 AM (173.70.202.81)

Cold water lobsters are the Maine Type... Large claws, sweeter and more tender meat...
Warm Water lobsters are Spiney Lobsters, no claws to speak of, less sweet, and IMO a lot tougher, unless cooked correctlty...
they are more on the savory side...
The warm water lobsters are more suited to grilling than their Maine cousins...
I'm not a big fan of warm water lobsters, because of the general toughness and less sweet flavor, but many people love tham...
Warm water lobsters do make a great Lobster Thermador though, if prepared correctly and not over cooked, which seems to be the bigest problem...
Most places (IMO) on SXM overcook them...

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Mrcroz
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Re: warm or cold water lobster [Re: peconic]
      #1002668 - 05/04/09 11:04 AM (68.236.147.187)

Thank you!!!

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