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Lobster Tails or Claws: The Best Tasting Part of Lobster?

You have a craving for Maine lobster, so you go ahead and order a whole lobster at a restaurant and it is brought to your table. What do you do first? Some people are uncomfortable with the beady eyes of the lobster staring at them and the whole creature taking up their plate, but have […]

Lobster traps Maine

Fill Your Trap with Lobster from Maine

Next to the boat and a motor, the lobster trap has been the indispensable tool for fishermen for more that 200 years. Invented in 1809 by Ebenezer Thorndike of Swampscott, Massachusetts, the lobster trap revolutionized lobster fishing. Little has changed in the design of the trap and the hard work it takes for the independent […]

Shell Games: Buying Hard Shell Lobsters Online 2

Shell Games: Buying Hard Shell Lobsters Online

If you are eating lobster at the end of the summer in New England, chances are you can crack it’s claw with your bare hands. So what gives? It’s simple — you are cracking into a soft-shell lobster. You will also notice that these lobsters contain more water than usual. In contrast, hard-shell lobsters, less prevalent […]

Butter Up: Lobster Nutrition Facts 4

Butter Up: Lobster Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits

Maine Lobster is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Lobster is nutritious, that is, if you go light on the butter! Better yet, use clarified butter. At less than 100 calories per serving ( 89% of calories from protein), Maine lobster is a great meal choice for any diet, any time of year! […]

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Snappy New Online Lobster Shop Goes Live

Online seafood purveyor LobsterAnywhere.com has shed it shell with a brand new seafood friendly website. Since 1999, LobsterAnywhere has stayed on course with shipping only the finest-quality Maine lobsters to seafood lovers in every State in the USA Now LobsterAnywhere is going “live” with its new online seafood store with a design that stays committed to traditional seafaring […]

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Cooking Fresh Fish

Fresh fish should not have a fishy smell, but should smell like the ocean. How Much Fish to Buy? Whole or round fish–3/4 to 1 lb. per person Dressed or clean fish–1/2 to 3/4 lb. per person Fillets and steaks–1/3 to 1/2 lb. per person Preparing & Handling Unless thoroughly iced, don’t leave seafood, raw […]

Cooking Chowders, Soups and Bisque

Cooking Chowders, Soups and Bisque

Cooking and preparing our chowders and soups is a snap! There is nothing to mix or add. Our seafood chowders are made fresh and flash frozen for your convenience. Cooking Chowders, Soups and Bisque Stove Top: Place unopened pouch in boiling water and heat for 10-12 minutes for 16oz pouch and 20-25 minutes for cryovac […]

How to Cook Shrimp: Boil, Grill, Steam Shrimp

Boil Shrimp Wash the fresh shrimp and peel & devein under running cold water. Salt the water lightly. You can also add some lemon juice, if desired. Immerse in enough boiling water to cover the shrimp. Begin to calculate the cooking times as soon as water boils again. Reduce the heat. Simmer 3-5 minutes until shrimp turn […]

Scallop recipes

How to Cook Scallops: The Best Ways to Bake, Broil, Sear and Grill

Cooking Scallops Scallops need little cooking, only enough to make the translucent meat opaque. Though they may be large, sea scallops still cook quickly, so keep a close eye on them. For most recipes, 2-3 minutes cooking time is more than enough! Scallops go well with all kinds of sauces and spices, but simple cooking […]

Cooking Little Neck clams

Cooking Little Neck Clams and Other Hard Shell Clams

Cooking Little Neck clams and Other Hard Shell Clams Preparing & Handling Keep live hard shell clams cold in the refrigerator, covered with wet kitchen towels or paper towels until you are ready to cook and serve them. Shucked clams should be kept in tightly covered containers, immersed in their liquor; they, too, should keep […]