The Best Ways to Cook with Lobster
Steamed, broiled, pan-roasted, grilled, casseroled... you name it! Get the inside scoop on how best to cook lobster for your next backyard boil.
Scandinavian Lobster Boil with Potato, Fennel, and Corn Salad
Break out the bibs for a summer lobster boil. Tip: Use kitchen scissors to cut down each tail for easier eating.
Poached Lobster Tails with Dressed Pea Shoots
Simmer gently so the lobster stays supple.
This dish made with lobster and spaghetti noodles is pronounced rose-ay-YACHT.
Mad Risotto, Lobster Edition
We're mad for this risotto-stuffed lobster. The play in textures between the complex grain and supple lobster make for a lovely dinner tonight.
Lobster Mac and Cheese
Creamy, cheesy pasta pairs perfectly with rich lobster for an indulgent, off-the-coast dinner.
Lobster Rolls are a quintessential New England creation and tied to Maine thanks to the state's multitude of these delicious crustaceans.
Shareable, dippable, and delectable, what's not to love about these crisp, light fritters?
Maine Lobster Bake
Make your lobster bake a memorable and festive event with whole Main lobsters and a bucket full of steamer calms.
These yummy Lobster Rolls are prepared with a creamy blend of mayonnaise, fresh lemon juice, curry, and a variety of fresh herbs--all served atop toasted brioche rolls.
Lobsters and Corn
Grilled Maine Lobsters
Serve Grilled Maine Lobsters with a creamy, homemade buttery dipping sauce.
Simple Lobster Risotto
Grilled Maine Lobster Tails with Miso Butter
We love the modern 25-minute twist on grilled lobster with miso butter. Miso really brings salty umami notes to sweet, succulent lobster.
Lemon-Tarragon Lobster Roll
Lemon and tarragon brighten up this seafood sub.
Picnic-Perfect Lobster Rolls
Pack the picnic basket with this classic New England sandwich. It comes together in a snap if you purchase lobster tails and have them steamed at the fish counter.