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field lobster

field lobster
 n.— «“Field lobster tail” is another name for crawfish or those delicious creatures resembling miniature lobsters that live in rice fields. If crawfish are not available, you can substitute chopped lobster meat, which we did.» —“You Asked For It” by Suzanne S. Jones Sun-Sentinel (Florida) Oct. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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