The Best of Lobsters New England – Recipes and Cooking Tips

Seafood Sherry Cream Sauce Recipe

Your dinner guests are expecting lobster, and you’re not going to disappoint, but the occasion requires more than the usual corn and baked potatoes. What’s your lobster side dish going to be? If you have rice or pasta handy, you have most of what you need to prepare the perfect accompanying food to go with the rest of your sea…

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Lobster Tails

Your lobster tails will arrive raw and flash frozen packed 2 together. Thaw the tails in the fridge before cooking. Lobster tails are great on the grill or broiled in the oven and served with butter. You can also try stuffing the tails with our amazing seafood stuffing! < Return to Cooking Tips

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Crabcakes and Lobstercakes

There are 2 easy ways to cook you crab and lobster cakes. We recommend pan-frying until the cakes are a nice golden brown, 4-5 minutes on each side over medium-high heat. For lighter, lower-calorie cooking you can also place your crab and lobster cakes on a baking sheet and bake in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes, turning halfway…

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Cooking Your Chowder and Bisque

Our chowder and bisque comes in a convenient pouch that is safe for boiling. Allow the soup to thaw. Once thawed you can either open the pouch and cook on the stove top in a sauce pan or you can boil water and drop the pouch into the water and boil until heated through. Ladle into a bowl and enjoy…

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Cooking Your New England Lobster Clambake

Our New England Lobster Clambake practically cooks itself! Simply open the lid of your clambake and remove any newspaper and gel packs that might be on top. Add a few inches of water to the can and cover with the lid. Place on the stove or grill to steam. Clambakes for 2 will need one hour to cook, clambakes for…

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Cooking Your Live Lobsters

When you receive your live Maine lobsters, store them in the fridge until you are ready to cook them. We recommend the fruit/vegetable bins for storage. You should cook your lobsters either the day you receive them or the following day. When you are ready to cook your lobsters, boil a few inches of water in a large pot with…

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