Food of the gods! Other names for this fish include crawfish and spiny lobster. The lobster tail has no claws, so we sell just the tail. Unless you’re dead set on the visual spectacle of a traditional lobster with claws, rock lobster is the best way to enjoy this fish. About 90% of the weight is meat, whereas in a clawed lobster, you only get about 33% meat. And the meat is much easier to deal with, being in a single substantial piece rather than divided up between the tail and claws. The shell is easy to remove following the instructions included on our label. Our rock lobsters are from the Caribbean, usually the Bahamas or Nicaragua . The Latin name of our rock lobster is ‘Panulirus Argus’. Also known as crawfish, spiny lobster (and occasionally, crayfish) Preffered cooking methods: steaming, grilling and boiling Suggested rock lobster tail recipe: Lobster Thermidor Suggested…

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