I’m working on a post for Thanksgiving. I was doing a little research on what other food-loving folks are doing for thanksgiving, and I came across this over at The Pioneer Woman’s blog: Butternut Squash Puree Wow…imagine what that would be like paired with a nice lobster roll the day after. (You’ll understand better on […]
It’s November, and of course, when you think November, you think Thanksgiving and of course turkey. This Thanksgiving Americans will consume some 46 million birds! While Turkey is the staple for Thanksgiving today, it was not on the Pilgrims’s menu; it was in fact a bounty of fresh seafood! This year bring back the New England tradition […]
What Kind of Lobster Are You Cracking Into? Lobsters: fat, red, little monsters of the sea. When we American diners think of lobsters, our mouths start to water as we dream of sweet, tender meat, salty drawn butter, and that satisfying first crack! of the shell as we attack our lobster dinner. But do you […]
Steamers Beyond Expectations
We’ve ordered twice already from you guys, and both times, the steamers have been beyond expectations. My family is coming into town again and that means more steamers.
Lobster Tales Blog
June 10, 2017
In New England we are particular about how lobster rolls are made. A proper lobster roll has flat sides for grilling and is top center cut to hold the sweet, tender lobster meat. This is an authentic lobster roll, plain and simple. Since we are not using rolls this is not a lobster roll recipe; it’s a recipe for a lobster […]