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Old 09-11-2006, 12:02   #31
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Hellosailor,I wouldn't know what seviche was if it came up and bit me on the ar*^"se,but yes it sort of cooks the meat,sushi isnt the right name for it but I can't remember the correct one,I do something similar with raw fish except I soak it in vinigar and leave out the coconut milk and that is definately "raw"just carn't think of the name for it.Okay,sashimi,thats the word!!!Lobster sashimi.Dont know if thats how ya spell it but then again I only eat it.Mudnut.
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Swagman, went to the blog (very nice diary) but didnt see the photo of the cray... went thru about 100 pages???
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Mudnut-
AFAIK sashimi is still defined as "thin sliced raw fish" as opposed to "sushi" which adds vinegared rice to the mix. Very definitely raw not marinated, but then again I'm just a great hairy wide-eyed barbarian, WTF do I know about cooking. (I know how to make fire though, LOTS of fire! Barbarian my great white hairy breeks!<G>)

I dont' know if the children of the Sun God Emperor ever figured out how to cook fish by using only citrus fluids, seviche is a Spanish thing AFAIK. Probably accidentally invented while the Spanish Inquisition was trying to put acidic juices on prisoners, and someone dripped the juice into their lunch.
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Old 09-11-2006, 15:21   #34
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Yep. Fish soaked in lime juice is 'seviche', or actually, ceviche.
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can you freedive for lobsters like you can for crays in australia or are they a deep water crustacean??
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Old 09-11-2006, 21:24   #36
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I've taken lobsters in shallow water (10-20') but they move with the water temperature and can be taken well below comfortable free diving depths. Especially since the real ones prefer nice rocky abodes and often take some work to catch. And then of course, there's the claws to outmaneuver.<G>
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Old 10-11-2006, 00:48   #37
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Okay,give me a break.If It aint cooked with heat it's "RAW"Sushi is about rice"With differen't toppings"including slices of raw fish and even "Cooked prawns"Here's the real Q.If ya put lime juice on salad,Is it A-raw or B-cooked.LOL.Mudnut.
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Lobster for dinner?
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Those are some BIG bugs! Did you call the Orkin man?

Where & how did you get them?
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Here are some really nice lobsters.

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Lobster for dinner?
That would be a hell of a pinch...
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Re: Lobster

Those are impressive crustaceans for sure, but if it ain't Homarus Americanus (with butter and lemon, including served warm in Connecticut on a toasted bun with absolutely no stinkin' mayonnaise), then it's not really lobstah.
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Re: Lobster

Cut it in half up the middle and deep fry it Puerto Nuevo style. It just doesn't get any better than that. Goes well with refried beans, spanish rice, fresh salsa and tortillas and prolly a margarita if you that's how you roll.
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Those are some BIG bugs! Did you call the Orkin man?

Where & how did you get them?
I pulled the ones on the right out of about 20 feet of water in the Bahamas- 20 years ago- snorkeling- the one on left Im not sure a friend on facebook posted it- but I think it was also the bahamas- still lots of them all over - if you know where to look
I like the ones Delmarrey posted !
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The wife boils our ( 1-2 lbs) tails for 7 minutes they come out perfect. She makes a great lemon garlic butter with chopped grilled garlic and drawn butter and herbs mmmm . She also sometimes boils for 4 min then splits them and grills them for a couple minutes with olive oil and garlic.
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