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Bread is Up, Lobster is Down

“Lobsters are the deal of the season,” says Dulock.

At approximately $7 wholesale (the price changes daily), compared with halibut, which is in the $14 range wholesale for fillets, high-end lobster seems to be a surprising steal.

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Updated Thursday, May 29th, 2008

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One Response to Bread is Up, Lobster is Down

  1. Stoddart Pierce June 23, 2008 at 5:57 pm #

    Really interesting! Hope they are still cheap for a lobster bake this summer. On the fire and in the bucket last year I had potatoes at the bottom with the seaweed, lobsters, eggs, red weenies, and corn in the middle with seaweed, and then clams on top. If you think of anything that would be cool to add to the bucket I’d love to know.

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