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Grocery Store Lobster Rolls

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coldduck Mar 7, 2007 09:06 AM

I noticed a fresh lobster roll at my local Stop & Shop last night and took it home to eat. It was a hotdog roll nicely stuffed with lobster meat and way too much mayo, but not bad, especially when you consider the price of $4.99. Does anyone have experience with lobster rolls from other New England supermarkets? Please share.

  1. kubasd Jun 4, 2009 07:22 PM

    yes way too late, but I do like the ones i've had from stop and shop..... yes way too much mayo, but at least it's quality lobster meat and the right style of rolls.

    1. kchurchill5 Jun 4, 2009 07:28 PM

      Not in New England, but we have crab and FL lobster rolls, same filling, same roll down in the keys. A couple of local quick stops and local places have them. They are like 3.99 or 4.99 same thing, usually a small little shop mart or local grocery store. Awesome. Usually during stone crab and lobster season. Wonders how restaurants can charge so much doesn't it.

      Can't help you in NE, but I understand the curiosity. We have the same down here.

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        cgj Jun 5, 2009 11:35 AM

        Also Jonny's foodmaster around Boston has them for $6,99 (two years later). About the same quality.

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