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How to Eat Lobster and Crack into a Whole Lobster
Eating lobster, cracking the shell and searching for the sweet, prized meat is a New England ritual. Eating live Maine lobster can be a little ...
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Lobster Lingo: Get to Know the Parts of a Lobster
Learn about the parts and anatomy of a lobster as well as the lingo used in the lobster trade. Note this guide and glossary cover the basic parts ...
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How to Shuck, Cook and Eat Oysters
How to Cook and Eat Oysters Once oysters are removed from their shell they can be served raw, baked, steamed, grilled or in specialty dishes. ...
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How to Cook Lobster Tails: Boil, Bake, Broil, and Grill
The lobster tail is the sweetest part of the lobster and the biggest portion of meat, but you don’t have to go to a fancy restaurant to enjoy ...
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Claminology – All about Maine and New England Clams
Clamshells had a sacred significance to Native Americans and were later used to make wampum-beads used for money. There are two basic families of ...
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Lobster Meat: The Maine Ingredient
Nothing adds flavor and elegance to recipes like sweet, tender lobster meat–the main ingredient for many of New England’s signature ...
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Lobster Season: What is the Best Time of Year To Buy Lobster
Lobstering is done year-round off the coast of Maine by the 6000 plus lobstermen mostly working out of small coastal communities. But is there a ...
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Top Ten Lobster Myths Exposed
There are a number of myths and tall tales concerning Maine lobster. Are you a lobster expert? Test your crustacean knowledge. You may be ...
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Fresh New England Mussels
Mussels grow in waters around the world. Here in New England you’ll find the Northern Blue Mussel, also called P.E.I. mussels (from Prince ...
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How Lobsters See, and How Lobster Eyes Work
Lobsters can see through your clothes? Not really. But lobsters do have special eyes that enable them to see in low light and murky waters 300 ...
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Steamer Clam 101: Cooking Steamer Clams
Maine clams, pisser clams, Ipswich clams, soft-shell clams and long neck clams are all known as the steamer clam in New England. Steamer clams ...
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How to Make the Best Lobster Rolls: A Definitive Step-By-Step Guide
What is a Lobster Roll? Meet Maine’s Official Summer Sandwich Lobster rolls are a special summer sandwich. Native to New England clam shacks ...