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  1. Funnies
    Lobster Fest Sets New Guinness World RecordSan Pedro sets a record for over 12,000 pounds of lobster.
  2. Price Check
    Lobsters Down to About $7.69 a Pound this WeekWhere to find this weekend’s cheapest crustaceans.
  3. This Is Not Right
    Lobster Gelato. For Real.Get your creamy crustacean at Da Vinci.
  4. Mediavore
    Ultra-Locavorism in Cambridge; Boil Water Order LiftedPlus: Weymouth goes to Hollywood, and a rare lobster in Maine, all in our morning news roundup.
  5. price check
    Lobster at About $7.99 a Pound This Week
  6. price check
    Lobster Price Drops to $7.94 a Pound This Week
  7. Mediavore
    The Dark Side Of Cheap Lobster; Starbucks Raises PricesPlus: a White House farmers market; Food Networks’ skyrocketing ratings.
  8. Price Check
    Lobster Prices Rise to About $8.36 a Pound This WeekWhere to find the cheapest crustaceans this weekend.
  9. Price Check
    Lobsters Down to About $7.42 a Pound This WeekWhere to find the cheapest crustaceans this weekend.
  10. Beef
    Lobstermen Feuding in MaineMaine’s Matinicus Island is basically David Simon’s Baltimore.
  11. Price Check
    Lobster Drops To $3.99/lb
  12. Mediavore
    Taking the Tax Hike in Stride; Lobsterman on Lobsterman CrimePlus: House votes down food safety bill, and a troubling finding on organic food, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Price Check
    Lobsters About $7.65 a Pound This WeekendWhere to find the cheapest crustaceans this weekend.
  14. User’s Guide
    L.A.’s Best Raw BarsWhere to go raw in Los Angeles these days
  15. Mediavore
    Tracking the Top Bathroom; Lobster Turf Wars Heat Up
  16. Foodievents
    Lots of Lobster at OlivesGet three courses, including a whole lobster, for $35.
  17. Mediavore
    La Pinata Stabbing; Dangerous Molecular Gastronomy
  18. Animal LIberation Front
    PETA to Repatriate Giant Brooklyn LobsterA Japanese-restaurant owner returns a giant lobster to the wild.
  19. Cheap Eats
    Fishermen Slashing Lobster PricesIn a recession, eat more lobster.
  20. Lobster
    Ed’s Makes More Time for Lobster RollsEd’s Lobster Bar expands their hours, serving seven days a week.
  21. NewsFeed
    Lobstermen Just Can’t Give the Stuff AwayPrices are down, but so is demand.
  22. Mediavore
    Food Prices Up, Lobster Prices Down; Coca-Cola Looking to Best Pepsi in ChinaA hot–dog cart goes up in flames, New Yorkers like cheap pizza, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  23. Mediavore
    Can Vegans Eat Honey?; Lobster Cheap in MaineSoft drinks to introduce “controversial herb” flavoring, ordering the cheapest bottle, stricter food-industry oversight, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  24. Mediavore
    Bar Boulud to Expand; Mia Dona DeliversPlus lobsters probably can’t feel pain when you cook them, making bacon at home, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  25. VideoFeed
    How to Disassemble a LobsterIt may get a little messy, but it’s worth it.
  26. In the Magazine
    Summer Eats: Lobster, Popsicles, Beer, and SobaCold noodles, cold beer, and hot lobsters: a summer guide to food.
  27. NewsFeed
    Junior’s Cook Orders Fifteen Lobster Tails to GoA man, some bandages, a walk-in — and a plan.
  28. The Annotated Dish
    The Roasted Lobster at Gotham Is Still Standing TallAlfred Portale of Gotham Bar and Grill is one of the pioneers of what used to be called the New American cooking. His style, a combination of dramatic vertical presentations, French technique, and urban pizzazz, perfectly encapsulated the energy of the movement in the eighties and nineties. All these years later, Portale is still at Gotham, and still turning out some of the city’s best food, minus the towering drama of old. “As for all that verticality, once it became very trendy and talked about, that’s when I began to back away from it,” Portale says. “My style has changed and evolved.” At least one dish still reaches for the stars: Portale’s roasted lobster, a constant on Gotham’s menu. Scroll over the different parts of the dish to see it described in the chef’s own words.
  29. Mediavore
    Catherine Zeta-Jones Waitressed at Fiamma; Great New Pizzeria DiscoveredIf Catherine Zeta-Jones had just stuck with it, she could have succeeded as a waitress, or even a line cook, at Fiamma. [NYP] There’s a new top pizzeria in town, Isabella’s Oven on Grand Street — and it even has a garden. [Slice NY] The copyright carousel goes round and round: First Daniel Boulud lays it on humble DB Bistro in Forest Hills, then gets laid into by CBGB. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
  30. At the Greenmarket
    Lobsters Roll In, Fiddleheads Advance, and Ramps RetreatCool weather and rain have made for a slow growing season thus far, while also creating the ideal conditions for fiddlehead ferns, which sprout in damp, wooded areas and more than compensate for sun-bathing weather in our book.