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A Lobster Shortage Is Causing Prices to Skyrocket
Bad weather and high demand have caused prices to double.
Switzerland Bans Citizens From Boiling Lobsters Alive
It must now be humanely “stunned” first.
Macron Will Make Trump Eat Lobster and Caviar While He’s in Paris
They’ll dine out at Alain Ducasse’s Eiffel Tower restaurant this week.
Owner of 20-Pound Lobster Is Livid the TSA Took a Selfie With His Dinner
“They are like the dumbest people in the world.”
Maine’s Lobsters Could Be Extinct in 85 Years Because of Global Warming
Researchers say warming waters are already decimating the larvae.
Claw and Order
Fishmonger Releases 75-Year-Old, 18-Pound Lobster Instead of Letting Someone Eat
We hope not, anyhow.
The Price Is Wrong
Restaurants Still Charge ‘Luxury’ Prices for Cheap-Ass Lobster
Lobster prices are at an all-time low, but restaurants keep charging for it as if it’s a rare delicacy.
Lauren Elkies Schram
Canadian Lobster Fishermen Demand More Money for Their Catch
There may be a glut of crustaceans, but that’s no reason to pay fishermen less.
There are Lobster Pirates in SoCal Waters
20 people were busted for illegally harvesting lobsters off the coast of Los Angeles
Groups Oppose a Measure to Lift Sunday Hunting Ban; It’s Tough Times For
Plus: It turns out that Lindsay Lohan is indeed a role model; and the whole nations feels the effects of Texas’ epic drought, all in our morning news roundup.
They Were Too Good To Last Forever
Both Meritage and Oyster House are ending their popular seasonal specials.
Neither Pickets Nor Fire Could Stop MilkBoy From Opening; Lobster Ice Cream Is a
Plus: Where to eat at Disneyland; and constant nagging from Self magazine may help you achieve your dieting goals, all in our morning news roundup.
L.I. Lobstermen Keep Coming Up Short, Refuse to Give Up
The last of the lobstermen who work the Long Island Sound are coming up short, but won’t retire.
Salmonella Scare Strikes Philly Area; China Shuts Down 5,000 Businesses In a
Plus: London’s Indian restaurant Tamarind wants to do for Indian food what P.F. Chang’s did for Chinese; and Kenya considers camel milk as a solution for food shortages, all in our morning news roundup.
Where to Eat Lobster
Forget the dog days, let’s focus on the lobster days instead.
Sampan Reels In Some New Seafood Dishes
The new dishes riff on seafood and summery flavors.
Quote of the Day
Sam Talbot: Get ’Em Drunk
He’s talking about lobsters, of course.
Elkins Estate’s Bankruptcy Leaves Spring Brides in the Lurch; China Goes
Plus: Lobster tails are being used to make biodegradable golf balls; and people in developing countries spend up to 80 percent of their incomes on food, all in our morning news roundup.