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Dating corbina

Archaeologists tell us humans have been eating crustaceans (lobsters, crabs, shrimp) from prehistoric times to present.

These settlers approached the creatures with less than gustator enthusiasm, but the lobsters' abundance mande them fit for the tables of the poor...

Higginson reported some weighing twenty-five pounds. But lobsters were not always a welcome sight on early colonial tables.

As noted above, in 1623 Governor Bradford complained of having only lobster to serve visitors...

People who lived near water (oceans, seas, lakes, rivers) naturally took advantage of the foods offered by these resources.

Culinary evidence confirms lobsters were known to ancient Romans and Greeks.

In fact English man-about-town Samuel Pepys's diary records than an elegant dinner he thew in 1663 included a fricassee of rabbit and chickens, carp, lamb, pigeons, various pies and four lobsters..

Lobster was cooked either by roasting, boiling or by removing the meat from the shell and cooking it separately." ---Food in Early Modern Europe, Ken Albala [Greenwood Press: Westport CT] 2003 (p.

198) "So the Romans who came to Britain [43 AD] and who lived within reach of the sea must have been very happy to enjoy the local seafhish...seafoods such as crab and lobster were taken. 21) "Lobster, crayfish and crab were greatly enjoyed [in mid-fifteenth century Britain], though they seldom reached the inland eater...