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    Alan Wong oversees a team of video producers who create video content for BU's online editorial publications and social media channels. He has produced more than 300 videos for Boston University, shuffling through a number of countries in the process: Australia, Argentina, Peru, Ireland, China, and Cambodia. He has also bored audiences in Atlanta and Boston giving talks on video for higher ed. Profile

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There is 1 comment on The Art of Cracking a Lobster

  1. Despite being a native born New Englander, I never even tried lobster until I was in my 20’s. I loved the lobster meat, but didn’t enjoy the very messy process of getting at that meat!
    Lazy Man’s lobster, lobster bisque, and pre-cracked lobster tails are the only way I’ve eaten it since.

    But, for those who’ve never had it, or cracked their own lobster before, go for it!

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