Tag: Lobster Dishes

Spicy Lobster Dishes for People Who Like It Hot

Spice up your cooking repertoire with some of our favorite spicy lobster dishes:   Want to serve some addictive finger food at your next gathering? We suggest whipping up some lobster and bacon stuffed jalapeno bites. This easy appetizer can be ready in less than half an hour. For a main course with a spicy… 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 »

Lobster Recipes For Your Next Summer Get-Together

Are you sick of grilling hot dogs and hamburgers? Bored of the same old pasta salads that everyone tends to bring to every summer get-together? Looking for something full of flavor and a bit different? Grace your Labor Day picnic with one of these mouth- wateringly delicious lobster recipes: Lobster Dip We love this recipe… Read more »

Freshen Up Your Spring Menu with Seafood

Spring is the perfect season to mix up your menu, and here at Cape Porpoise Lobster, we think the best way to do so is to add in some delicious seafood recipes Grilled Lobster Rolls With the right amount of Dijon mustard and a bit of tarragon, lobster rolls can be a delicious, easy to… Read more »

You’ll Spring for These Lobster Dishes

Spring is getting closer, and to celebrate, we found some of the best lobster spring roll recipes! Here in Maine, we like to celebrate the start of the spring season, or any season for that matter, with some delicious seafood recipes. Lobster spring rolls are light and refreshing, and there are plenty of different recipes… Read more »

Put Lobster on Your Thanksgiving Menu

Many foods are typically found on Thanksgiving tables including cranberries, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and an assortment of colorful vegetables. However, consider adding lobster to your Thanksgiving table. Many culinary historians believe that first Thanksgiving table was likely full of lobsters, eels, and mussels from the bay. Most people would consider serving seafood for Thanksgiving as… Read more »