Yet, as someone who's new to the world of cooking live lobster, two things still haunt me: the memorable kitchen scene from Annie Hall, and the lore that lobsters scream in agony when you boil them. I can't do anything about the former, but I sought out sources to either corroborate (or negate) the latter. Keep reading to find out if lobsters really scream when boiled.
While Rhode Island is the smallest state in the nation, there is no shortage of great food. It's known as the Ocean State, and after spending a few days exploring it, I can say it definitely lives up to its name! There's a never ending supply of fresh lobster, succulent clams, and much more. The selection from under the sea is out of this world, but that's not all Rhode Island has to offer. There are plenty of other interesting foods, like pizza bread and coffee milk. Take a dip into the Ocean State's fare and check out some of my favorites here.
This kid should be in a comic book movie. I've never heard so many whoas and wows in such a short period of time! But watch out, under that innocent facade is a lobster-eating machine.
I used to be really good at those arcade claw games. Like, way too many poorly made stuffed animals in my house sort of good. I'm pretty rusty these days, but I might have to start training again. You see, the Love Maine Lobsters Co. has created an actual lobster claw game where you catch live lobsters!
For two bucks — a pretty good deal if you think about the high cost of lobster — you can try and bring home dinner. They say the device is gentle and slow-moving, therefore it doesn't hurt the lobsters. But I don't know. You're already going to take them home and eat them; do you really need to ridicule them as well?
The tanks hold 25 to 30 pounds of lobster and is in bars all over the country. You can find similar models in Asia and California. But what I want to know is, what you would do if you came across one at a convenience store near you?
To check out how the machine works, view the video when you read more