Archive for the 'Maine Lobster Recipes' Category

Baked Stuffed Lobster

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Ingredients 4 1-1/2 pound Maine lobsters  (Yes, you can get some real feisty live lobsters shipped direct from East Coast Gourmet.) 4 Cups of Seafood Stuffing (see below) Instructions 1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees 2. Plunge the tip of a sharp knife straight down right behind the lobster’s eyes and split the lobster lengthwise. […]

Add Some Lobster to your Thanksgiving!

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Lobster might not be a food associated with a traditional Thanksgiving menu, but it should be! Did you know that the pilgrims feasted on lobster on the very first Thanksgiving?  Yup, back in those days, lobsters were so plentiful that you could grab them by hand straight out of the ocean at low tide. Lobster’s […]

Lobster Rolls – Maine’s Favorite Sandwich

Monday, November 15th, 2010

From humble beginnings in the unassuming seafood shacks dotting the New England Coast, the Lobster Roll has traveled all the way to the Pacific Ocean to become a king among sandwiches. And when you think about it, what better to stuff in a warm toasted roll than sweet, Maine lobster meat–and lots of it! The Classic […]

Weird Lobster Gallery

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Most folks are familiar with the typical Maine Lobster: a greenish-brown guy that turns bright red (and delicious) when cooked, but lobstermen have been known to find some curious crustacean variations in their traps from time to time.  Here are some pretty incredible examples you have to see for yourself!

East Coast Gourmet Wins Best Lobster Bisque Award!

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

We’re very proud to announce that our Lobster Bisque won the Best Bisque or Stew award at the recent Hampton Beach Seafood Festival in lovely Hampton Beach, New Hampshire…one of the biggest annual events in the country! Thousands of seafood lovers flock this resort town each September for the festival, now in its third decade, […]

Get into Some Hot Water! How to Boil Lobsters

Monday, May 4th, 2009

Should you boil or steam lobsters? It depends. Charlie prefers to boil lobsters if he has to cook a bunch of lobsters at a time. Second, boiling lobsters cooks them more evenly and quicker than steaming. But watch out and keep an eye on your cooking times to make sure you do not overcook your […]

Lobster Salad with Lobster Shells

Saturday, May 2nd, 2009

May brings in warm weather on the Coast, and Charlie loves to make fresh lobster salad. For something different, his recipe for lobster salad uses fresh shrimp and is served in lobster shells! Lobster Salad Ingredients 2 1 3/4 – 2lb. lobsters 12 large shrimp 4-6 tbs. mayonnaise 2 stalks of celery, chooped 4 tbsp. […]

Full Steam Ahead! How to Steam Lobsters

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

Two popular ways to cook fresh lobsters is boiling and steaming. Charlie’s favorite way to cook lobsters is steaming. All you need is a good size pot, water, salt (preferably sea salt), unsalted butter, and the Maine ingredient-fresh lobsters. Make sure you pick out a mad lobster. It’s easy to find one; it’s the lobster […]

Grilled Lobster, Oh My!

Friday, March 27th, 2009

Spring time is finally here. It’s finally time for grilling. Here is a real simple recipe for grilling lobsters. Just like cooking steak on the grill, it’s real easy to overcook lobster, so be careful. Ingredients 2 live Maine lobsters (1.5 lbs. each) 2 tablespoons butter, melted 1 clove garlic minced 2 ears of fresh […]

Thanksgiving Lobster Appetizer

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008

It’s Charlie here and as Thanksgiving approaches I want to remind you that LOBSTER is a truly native American food. My family and I will be enjoying the tasty crustacean as an appetizer next Thursday. Lobster was once considered a poor man’s food. So abundant in these waters , the lobsters used to wash up […]

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