Posted in eating, tagged fried clams, fried scallops, Hampton NH, Lobster Festival, Pemaquid oysters, Rockland ME, Shaw's in New Harbor, steamed clams, steamers, The Old Salt, wild maine blueberries on August 4, 2009|
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We can't wait to get to Maine and have to stop for steamers at The Old Salt in Hampton, NH, on the way there.
Lobster wranglers wrestle cooked beasts into submission at Rockland, ME's Lobster Festival.
The menu is so overwhelmingly full of possibilities that we just can't choose. And the line is miles long anyway. We go to another booth for fried Maine shrimp and have no regrets.
Lobsters by the thousands are summarily steamed before being offered to the masses.
Wild Maine blueberries and freshly shucked local peas.
Fried scallops and clams at Shaw's in New Harbor, ME.
Outside Shaw's a young lobsterman surveys the day's catch.
Your hostess has eaten so much lobster on this trip, she's turned into one. But she doesn't seem to mind.
Sofia slurps a sweet Pemaquid oyster at The Anchor Inn in Round Pond, ME.
Sofia's opinion on the oyster's deliciousness.
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