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Delicious Hot Crab Dip Recipe

Nothing says summer like delicious seafood favorites. Need some help deciding what to make for your next gathering or family dinner? Hot crab dip is always a crowd-pleaser. It’s quick and easy to make. Here’s how: 1. Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees. 2. Mix an 8-oz. package of softened cream cheese, 1… Read more »

Lobster Lo Mein Recipe

Summer is the perfect time to try out new seafood recipes your family will love. Why not shake things up a bit the next time you make dinner, and try a delicious lobster lo mein? To serve two to four people, you’ll need two live, two-pound lobsters. Begin by cooking the lobster: prepare an ice… Read more »

Desserts That Go Well with Seafood

Everyone loves a delicious seafood dinner. If you’re planning a menu around some fresh lobster, shrimp or other marine delights, you might be wondering how to cap off the meal! Read on for a few ideas for desserts that go well with seafood. Blueberry pie Maine is known for it’s blueberry pie so it goes… Read more »

Summer Grilling Series: How to Grill Shrimp

Grilling season is well underway! Here at Cape Porpoise Lobster Co., we love the taste of just-grilled seafood, and shrimp is no exception. Never tried it before? You’re in for a treat. Here’s how to grill shrimp: 1. Choose the right shrimp. Jumbo and colossal-sized shrimp are easiest to grill. 2. Preheat your grill to… Read more »

Summer Grilling Series: How to Grill Lobster

Grilling season begins Memorial Day weekend, and what’s better to throw on the grill than some delicious lobster? Grilled lobster is a summer classic, and we’re here to show you how to prepare it. A simple recipe lets you prepare grilled lobster in 10 minutes. If using four whole lobsters, begin by combining a pound… Read more »

Why We Really Boil Lobsters Alive

It’s one of the questions we get often: why do we have to boil lobsters alive? People love to eat fresh Maine lobster—but not everyone likes to see, or hear, the crustaceans be prepared for our consumption. But what if we told you that boiling is, in fact, the safest way to eat lobster for… Read more »

How to Make Lobster Newburg

Lobster Newburg is one of the classics of American seafood cooking. Creamy, saucy, and rich, it’s sure to impress the guests at your next dinner party. History of Lobster Newburg There are a few different theories as to how the dish came about, but the most popular holds that it was created in 1876 at… Read more »

How Many Lobsters Do You Need for Lobster Rolls?

Picture this: It’s Friday night, and you’ve decided to have some friends over for dinner. You’re making lobster rolls—great choice! However, there’s just one hitch. You have no idea how many lobsters to buy! You don’t want anyone to leave hungry, but you also don’t want to leave delectable lobster untouched on anyone’s plate because… Read more »

How to Pick the Right Size Lobster

There’s nothing more exciting than sitting down with family or friends for a delicious lobster feast. However, there’s also nothing worse than clearing your plate and still feeling hungry, or leaving untouched lobster meat on your plate because your eyes were bigger than your stomach. So how do you choose the right size to purchase?… Read more »

How to Make Mouthwatering Lobster Pot Pie

If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy lobster, why not try your hand at a lobster pot pie? Here are 10 steps for you to follow when you make lobster pot pie: 1. Start by preheating your oven to 425, and greasing 4 two-inch ramekins or spraying them with nonstick cooking spray. 2…. Read more »

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