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Lobster Tales


How to Eat a Lobster Ashley Blom

What It Is: Kudos to our ancestors; they were awfully adventurous with what they ate. And perhaps, more relevantly, how they got to it. If you’ve ever been a tricky dining situation where you’ve zero idea how to start tackling dismantling a lobster or swirling your spaghetti perfectly, this book is for you. Filled with beautiful illustrations and 50 answers to (secretly) FAQs about culinary etiquette and practices, this is a must-have for any budding foodie or person who simply doesn’t want to make a fool of themselves at dinner.

Who It’s For: Your son or daughter, who just got a big promotion at work (meaning more client dinners). Your friend, as a funky housewarming gift. Your foodie cousin, to tantalize their mind and tastebuds.

What It Costs: $17.85

Where It’s At: It’s fresh off the presses – nab it on Amazon now.

BONUS entry into my MANDUST giveaway; tell me in the comments below, what is YOUR biggest food conundrum? Not sure how to eat an oyster? Get the seeds out of a pomegranate? Share your dilemmas in the comments below (plus whether you’d dig this book)!

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21 Responses to “Lobster Tales”
  1. Joan G. says:

    One problem I have is trying to determine which watermelon is sweet and juicy and which ones have little or no taste.

  2. Kim K says:

    I’ve never prepared Artichokes before and wouldn’t know where to start without a little instruction.

  3. Aimee says:

    I’m never sure if it’s proper to eat sushi with your fingers. I am a subscriber

  4. RedheadedBooklover says:

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  5. Jenny L. says:

    I would a better understanding of deboning chicken. I usually make a mess of it!

  6. aketch says:

    I sometimes wonder weather to cook rice on the stove top or in the oven.lol.

  7. Julie P says:

    Prepping squash just about kills me.

  8. cookie3 says:

    I’m not too familiar with escargots, how to eat them or prepare them. I’d love this book.

  9. diane says:

    I wish I could find an easy way to peel garlic.

  10. Cutting squash in half without clucking my fingers off

  11. Alison K says:

    BONUS MANDUST ENTRY: My biggest food conundrum is how to eat seafood, crack their shell and figure out what is edible. I would be interested in perusing this book. Thanks

  12. Alyssa says:

    I never really grew up eating seafood so I could use this!

  13. katydidit21 says:

    I would love to know if it is okay to soak up sauces with your bread or if you should stab peas with a fork or push them on with your knife so they can roll off your fork and around your plate so you start all over again.

  14. Mary Danieli says:

    One word – geoduck – have you seen what this thing looks like? It’s basically a penis.
    I really want that MANDUST.

  15. janicour says:

    I have difficulty making sushi at home, it never tastes quite right.

  16. jared says:

    how to make any fish not be dry once cooked

  17. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d love to read about ways to eat oysters or lobster in a “polite” way.

  18. Anne Derkat says:

    I’d love this book for myself. I’d like to know how to eat King Crab legs.

  19. Susan says:

    I couldn’t come up with a conundrum (except maybe why do people like liver?), but know I would love this book!

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