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Post Posted: 08:34pm - Feb 20,14 
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I have only tailgated once and eating stuffs were mostly beef and came off of the grill.
Would it be wrong to tailgate up some lobster rolls at 17 degrees?
I could grill the bun.

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Post Posted: 08:42pm - Feb 20,14 
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OMG ! Slice the top of the tail and grill. Drench with butter and enjoy. 7th heaven ! and a huge baked potato loaded.

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Post Posted: 08:45pm - Feb 20,14 
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Sorry got excited. Lobster rolls, don't know much about

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Post Posted: 08:51pm - Feb 20,14 
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I think that's fine. I'd eat one, I might give you a hard time, but I'd definitely eat at least one. I was out in Maine for a chef job for two months, I used to eat at least one a day. That's about the only thing I miss from Maine. Do it. Mops

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Post Posted: 09:04pm - Feb 20,14 
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How bout boiled peanuts?
How would they go over?
I just keep on having this want for a lobster roll.

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Post Posted: 09:14pm - Feb 20,14 
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We used to fish fry all the time...i'd eat some lobstah

I can honestly say the smell of peanut oil and a cold beer made the aches and pains of a tough game disappear in a heartbeat!

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Post Posted: 09:59pm - Feb 20,14 
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If you want a lobster roll make some lobster rolls.

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Post Posted: 01:00am - Feb 21,14 
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mops7 wrote:
If you want a lobster roll make some lobster rolls.

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I don't know why but I can't stop laughing at that statement.

ANYhow...there's this thing happening on Saturday up Norf of da line. I could see someone rolling on a couple of those rolls....maybe even myself!

Boiled peanuts? Yes.

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Post Posted: 06:25am - Feb 21,14 
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Lobster rolls are NEVER wrong.

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Post Posted: 11:11am - Feb 21,14 
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choupiquer wrote:
Lobster rolls are NEVER wrong.


X2. It has bread and meet its tailgate approved!

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Post Posted: 12:06pm - Feb 21,14 
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I like Lobsta too... man, imagine Lobsta with boiled peanuts on top.....that would be the Nuts!!! :yes

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Post Posted: 12:23pm - Feb 21,14 
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Man, if you could keep them in the hot water til serving, the peanuts would be a nice treat a 17 degrees.

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Post Posted: 01:10pm - Feb 21,14 
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Quiche and salad are the only foods I can think of that are not tailable.

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Post Posted: 11:39am - Feb 22,14 
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Crab quiche and a bloody mary is the breakfast of champions with or without a gate.

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Post Posted: 11:53pm - Feb 22,14 
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What are you going to do next?

Put some Hog Guts on the grill. :rotflmao

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Post Posted: 06:01am - Feb 28,14 
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Did you get your lobsters yet?

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