I’ll be brutally honest. There isn’t a lot I knew about lobster before this episode. I knew it was delicious. I knew it was caught in traps, that it was highly sought after, and that it was butter’s best friend. Outside of that, not much else. All of that changed for me, and hopefully it will for you too if you knew as little as I did coming into episode 44 of this show.
In this episode, we’re joined by Greg Cain of finelobster.com, who was generous enough to take time out of his busy day to answer a few questions I had about lobster, the lobster business, and about his two web sites finelobster.com and crabplace.com. Not only do they sell and ship LIVE Maine lobsters direct to you (with FREE shipping on orders of $100 or more) but they also sell the best crab cakes available on the internet. Bold claim, I know, but they’ve received the best reviews online. The only way to know for sure is to try them for yourself.
In this episode:
• By far the best comfort food meal I’ve ever had, courtesy of my friends David & John
• Ale Smith’s Wee Heavy
• The lobster business is not only dangerous, it’s deadly. How you can help.
• Greg Cain from finelobster.com
• Is McDonald’s in the UK actually a healthy place to eat?
• The McCafe hipster commercials are driving me crazy
• Megan Fox loves Red Lobster, Olive Garden, and Krispy Kreme Donuts
UPDATE: This show is getting a lot of attention. It’s already climbed it’s way to the 6th most downloaded episode of My Life as a Foodie after only a week, and now we’re mentioned in our first ever press release.
Music in this episode from Flaw. Download the song in the iTunes store for 99 cents.