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lobsermains.jpgA warm winter has led to a massive oversupply of lobsters. It's so bad that in Maine, "prices at the dock have fallen to as low as $1.25 a pound in some areas" and some fisherman are keeping their boats in port. Asks NYC chef Floyd Cardoz: "[W]hy are we being charged so much?" [WSJ]

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