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Stunningly good lobster roll at... Foodie's in Duxbury!?

TroyOLeary | Jul 21, 201009:32 AM     8

On my way to the beach in Duxbury this Saturday I noticed a Facebook post from Foodie's itself advertising their $14.99 lobster rolls.

"Lobster roll at a supermarket?" I wondered. I'm glad I did.

As you can see from the pictures, they essentially pile an entire lobster (steamed in-store) onto a grilled, buttered hot dog roll, adding only a little bit of mayo to give it a kick.

In the first picture on the right-hand side that's half a lobster tail. In the second picture, that's a whole claw. (My only regret -- not grabbing a fork) There are even a few picnic tables right outside the supermarket at which to lovingly eat this treasure.

Not pictured is the bag of Cape Cod Dark Russet chips I also purchased as a side. And my face, which is lit up with glee and astonishment sort of like this :-O

Not too shabby for a pre- or post-beach meal.

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