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Old 03-02-2015, 09:54 AM   #15
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Best Thing I Ever Ate - Seafood

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Last summer we stayed at Sunset Campground in Harrington, ME. The owner will cook & deliver to your RV, lobstah's for $7 lb. We had the attached delivered one day, and while we were eating some, we were picking others for a salad the next day. We stayed for two months, and did this a number of times. I also like to get whole fried clams when in ME., not the clam strips that are usually offered, hard to find in our travels.

Yes! Sunset Point CG near Harrington is tops, and the lobster cheap and awesome. It is about 1/2 way "Downeast" toward Eastport. And in mid August the wild blueberries are grand and only about 3 bucks for a clean and heaping quart. Being away from Bah Hawbah makes for higher quality and much cheaper. And no crowds.
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Old 03-03-2015, 08:24 PM   #18
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Cioppino Sam's chowder house Half moon bay ca
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Depuy's and Shucks in Abbeville, LA., Bon Creole in New Iberia, LA., Prejeans in Lafayette, LA., Villager in Marice, LA (Poboys), Big Johns Erath, LA (Crawfish!), Emerils in Biloxi, MS, Blowfish Inn Gulfport, MS, anywhere along the gulf coast will be outstanding.
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Old 03-04-2015, 07:30 AM   #20
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most any restaurant in the big bend of fla. especially Wakulla county all the seafood comes from local waters
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Fried Shrimp!

Fried butterfly shrimp. For you that don't know true coastal southern fried shrimp is split in two sections, deveined, egg washed, battered, quick frozen over night then served the next day. Next day only! The hot oil combined with the ice molecules literally crisp the shrimp in no other way of preparation. The butterfly allows throrough cooking (crispness.). This technique I learned in college while studying culinary. OSTEENS in St. Augustine Fl. uses this technique in combination with their own shrimp trawlers since the thirtys. Get there early, you'll always have a wait, it's small, right off A1A heading south just past the Bridge of Lions.
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Old 03-04-2015, 09:51 AM   #22
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Halibut cheeks purchased on the Homer Spit in Alaska and cooked back at the RV. Fresh right off the boat and so delicious.
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Old 03-04-2015, 10:26 AM   #23
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Phil's in Moss Landing has a GREAT cioppino. Their calamari is amazing!
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Not sure it still there but strugant I think its called in Winnie Texas was last there in 1986 was all you could eat BBQ crab, frog legs, shrimp, fish, chicken, clams crawfish
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If you are ever in Huntsville, AL you GOTTA track this food truck down! Seriously! (Get the Combo!)

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If you are ever in Huntsville, AL you GOTTA track this food truck down! Seriously! (Get the Combo!)

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Heard about that one before..
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Carr's on PEI. Nothing like eating oysters out on the dock that have just been pulled out of Malpaque Bay there. Amazing oysters, perfect location.

Or Thurston's Lobster Pound on Mount Desert Island, ME. Sit on the dock there watching the seals play underneath and the lobstermen bringing in their catch next to you.

I probably shouldn't share, both of these are those kind of local places that I would hate to see overrun.
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The Pink House in Savannah Ga. has the most amazing whole baked fish (can't remember what the name was) but you will be well fed in this restaurant. They still hold my record for the best Calamari ever.

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