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Chicken and lobster pie

Serves 4

Trio remanded on lobster pot cocaine plot charge

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Lobster curry

Serves 4

Lobster in garlic sauce with mixed leaves

Our chefs demonstrate how to make local lobster wth garlic butter and mixed leaves

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Lobster baked potato

Serves 4

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I'll have my lobster electrocuted, please

Painless method of killing crustaceans developed

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Scientists have discovered why prawns, crabs and lobsters turn orange when cooked.

Lobster with modern Russian salad

Serves 4

Baked Jersey Royals with lobster

Serves 18-20 as a snack or canapé

His FishWorks chain hit the rocks, but Mitch Tonks is back with a small-fry operation that's making a big splash

The Seahorse, 5 South Embankment, Dartmouth, Devon, tel: 01803 835147

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