The story of clam chowder is very interesting. A group of French soldiers became shipwrecked off the coast of Maine. As they trudged ashore carrying what meager provisions they could grab before the ship sank, they made camp on the shore. They gathered some clams and threw them into a large pot they called a Chaudière. […]
Learn how to host a clambake party at home or on the beach! A classic Maine lobster bake prepared the old-fashioned way is steamed in seaweed and ocean water. Food writer, Craig Clairborne called the lobster bake “…the most colorful, joyous and festive of American feasts.” Lobster bakes are fun, memorable, and informal. It’s also a […]
Long a well kept secret of New England fisherman, the black mussel continues to gain popularity. Here are some tips on how to buy mussels, check here for how a classic recipe for fresh steamed mussels. Mussels today are usually cultivated–they are much cleaner than wild mussels, and their “beards” are much smaller. Farm-raised mussels do not […]
Broil Live Lobster Allow one good size lobster, 1 1/2 large live lobster per person. Learn more about what size lobsters to get. Directions: Put the lobster on its back and make a deep, sharp cut through the entire length of the body and tail with a heavy sharp-pointed knife or lobster shears. Spread open and […]
A traditional way of cooking live lobster is a recipe for baked lobster with garlic and herbs. This recipe creates a flavorful meal, combining fresh lobster, garlic and herbs. This recipe calls for live lobsters, but a pair of cold-water lobster tails will also work well and require less prep work. Ingredients 2 Lobsters (2 pounds each) 5 tablespoons […]
Homemade lobster bisque—you betcha! This lobster bisque recipe takes a little work, but it sure is tasty when it is made from scratch. Be sure not to eat the Maine ingredient—fresh shucked lobster meat. Here’s How to make Lobster Bisque: Meat from 2 medium Maine lobsters. Dice meat and reserve. Crush shells. Add to them […]
Serves: 4 People Prep time: 15m Cook Time: 10m Make your Cinco de Mayo a lobster party with lobster tails and lime butter. You can also barbecue lobster tails on the grill. Be careful not to overcook. We suggest medium heat. Ingredients 4 Lobster tails (6-7 oz.) 2 Tablespoons Butter 2 Tablespoons Lime Juice 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil 1/2 Teaspoon Paprika Instructions Rinse lobster tails: pat dry with paper towels. […]
Here is a step-by-step recipe for grilled lobster with lemon butter on the backyard grill. Grilled Lobster Ingredients 2 Wild Caught live lobsters, 1 1/2 lb. or 2 lb. each 1/4 cup butter 2 tbsp. Lemon juice 1 tbsp. finely shredded lemon peel 2 tsp. chopped tarragon 2 tsp. chopped chives 3/4 cup fresh bread crumbs Step 1. […]
Here is a summer time favorite: Shrimp and Steak Kabobs prepared on the grill or in your oven. Some people who are not grill savvy often do not know how to cook steak, nor do they know how to cook shrimp on the grill. 1/2 lb. fresh shrimp, peeled 1 lb. Beef Sirloin Steak, cut into […]
Here’s a real lazy way to make lobster bisque at home, using fresh cooked lobster meat shipped to you from Lobster Anywhere. We call it lazy lobster bisque since there is no need to cook live lobsters or save the shells! Ingredients: 6 1/2 ounces fresh or frozen lobster meat 1 can condensed cream of asparagus […]
Delivered Last Minute for Christmas
Thank you again for helping me with this last minute order. It arrived intact on time and I can’t wait to enjoy it on Christmas eve! The New England Clam Chowder will be given to a native Bostonian who has been craving some good ‘Chowda’ so I know he will enjoy too.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
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 […]