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How The Story Happened: Judith Gaines

How The Story Happened: Judith Gaines
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Judith Gaines moved to Lubec, Maine, because she “loved being part of a fishing community.” A longtime foodie, she joined six chefs aboard a lobster boat (“After the Catch”). “They were surprised at how labor-intensive lobstering is,” she says. “We all learned what makes lobster so expensive.”

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Updated Friday, June 11th, 2010

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