Lobster is good lobster tail pasta mmmhmmm
Title. I have like 20 lobster carcasses leftover from a party. I was going to make a bouillabaisse, but from what I've read I only need 4 for a gallon of stock. Would it be bad to, say, double the lobster-to-water ratio?
Roommates and I have been arguing about this one for years
Takes place on wet sand
Just over a year ago I moved back to the UK and reconnected with some old friends and we formed a WhatsApp group chat. It soon became apparent that my friend (in his 50s) had a son (30s) who was a Jordan Peterson/Joe Rogan/Jimmy Dore fanatic. The son/lobster also joined the chat and had become a full blown Lobster/IDW worshipper by way of his YouTube addiction. I genuinely care about these guys and so for a time, was privately messaging the father saying he should help guide his son who was becoming increasingly radical with all his Lobster/IDW/reactionary beliefs. I then discovered the father was a covert lobster himself, both of them having traveled across the world to attend a Jordan Peterson lecture after which they paid $200 to meet him for 15 seconds to get a signature.
Another mutual friend of mine also could not believe how far gone they are, and we spent countless hours posing calm/logical counter arguments, reasoning with them, providing umpteen examples of what a fraud Jordan Peterson et al is - nothing has worked.
My (non-lobster) friend and I have been equal parts fascinated and disturbed by all this - and we literally talk every single day for over a year now about how brainwashed our father/son lobster friends are. Given all that’s going on in the world now - their experience provides a window into all sorts of other absurd belief based calamities (anti-vaxxers, Karen’s, hardcore trumpers etc).
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> you probably helped make the coca cola "try to be less white" training video huh?
>> Why does this sub find being a YouTuber so offence? When successful they're some of the most well paid content creators around. A successful YouTuber often means being a millionaire. Yet it's treated like an insult on this sub?
> What is offensive is when a world-renowned author, professor, clinician, and public intellectual with a massive effect on the public discourse is intentionally trivialized by being called a youtuber.
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I'm getting lobsters delivered to me on Friday but I was planning to serve it on Sunday for a bday lunch. I've been reading a ton of posts regarding how to store em and its confusing me. Posts i've read say that I should NOT put lobsters on my freezer when it's still alive and have the best chance of keeping them alive in the fridge. Person i'm getting lobsters from said that it's okay to keep em in the freezer as soon as I receive them and just thaw em out before I cook them on Sunday. So what should I really do?
Lobsters will be transported on a boat in a cooler with some ice before it gets delivered to customers so i was told that they're probably asleep when I receive em.