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"Danish" Lobster Tails

JugglerDave | Apr 7, 200505:30 PM     11

Dining in West Palm Beach, I had a dish called "Danish" Lobster Tails. There were 15 or so of these minute tails on a plate; each one was maybe an inch long of tail meat.

Doing a google search, I only found "Danish Lobster Tails" on menus in Florida (and one restaurant in Atlanta).

Question is: What are they? Crawfish tails? Some other species of lobster? Native to Florida or imported? What are they called elsewhere in the US?

-=$>Dave<$=-

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