The Other Red Meat

By: Alex Covert - Published: • References: npr.org
Oh, how easily we forget. Historical records tell us that lobsters, yes, lobsters, were eaten at the first Thanksgiving Day feast. Granted, turkey was also on the menu, but somewhere along the way, we stuffed the seafood under the table.

So, am I asking you to switch over to lobster? Switch? No. Add? Why not? Have both. The New England lobster industry is in trouble and the price of lobster is the lowest it’s been in 8 years.

So boil some water, throw in some giant crustaceans, and be thankful in style. Happy Thanksgiving!