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Island Lobster Rolls

During the summer months, lobster rolls are by far the most popular lunch item on the Maine coast. When I open the refrigerator and see t...

by Linda Greenlaw and Martha Greenlaw


Grilled Lobster Tails

To cook the lobsters: Follow the procedure as directed in the Maine Lobster Potpie, reserving the body for the Lobster Stock. Split th...

by Michael Mina


Bar Harbor Lobster Cakes

Any of our summer sojourns to the coast absolutely require a trip to the local lobster pound for a traditional home-cooked lobster feast....

by Debra Ponzek


Classic Lobster Roll

It only takes one trip to Kennebunkport, Maine, to fall in love with lobster rolls. That’s what happened to me at the end of one summer. ...

by Gale Gand

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Lobster Vinaigrette

Because this vinaigrette is made with lobster stock, it is not quite as acidic as other vinaigrettes. The subtle shellfish flavor will en...

by Debra Ponzek


Cooking Lobster

The sweetest and tenderest lobsters are under 1½ pounds, and the easiest way to cook live lobster is by boiling or steaming them.  To boi...

by Christopher Idone


Lobster Tails with Cracked Black Pepper and Cinnamon

Dealing with live lobsters can be messy and tedious (and some of us may squirm at the prospect of killing them). Fresh or frozen lobster...

by Raghavan Iyer


Lobster, Tomato, and Sweet Corn Salad with Garlic Vi...

This started out as a vision: a rustic glazed green plate, holding a salad that I see as a summer vacation on a plate. Where is the vacat...

by Sheila Lukins


Grilled Split Lobsters with Lime Aioli

This is more method than recipe, but when you’ve tried lobsters grilled this way; you’ll want to prepare them often. (Just remember that ...

by Michael McLaughlin


Lobster with Curry Sauce

Because the lobster is cooked first, then napped with curry sauce, its meat remains tender and delicate. This was the most popular lobste...

by Debra Ponzek

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