Fresh lunch on board Seaduced by Belize as captain Elito Arceo shows of his lobster catch of the day to his guests
Once sustenance for the poor and prisoners, lobsters constituted early American lunch meat.
“Even in the harsh penal environment of early America, some colonies had laws against feeding lobsters to inmates more than once a week because it was thought to be cruel and unusual, like making people eat rats,” David Foster Wallace wrote in his 2004 Gourmet essay.
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