Tag: lobster

Can I Store Uncooked Lobster?

Here is a question that many people ask.  Can you freeze both cooked lobster and uncooked lobster to enjoy at a later date?  The short answer to this question is no, you cannot freeze uncooked lobster.  Here is why. When you freeze and thaw uncooked lobster, the meat sticks to the inside of the shell… Read more »

How to Properly Eat Lobster

SEAFOOD SET

Here at the Cape Porpoise Lobster Co, we sell so much Maine lobster that we sometimes forget that not everyone is familiar with eating it. Even if someone has enjoyed lobster, it doesn’t always mean the process went smoothly. Many people haphazardly work their way through eating a lobster, which can take away from the… Read more »

What to Eat and Drink with Your Maine Lobster

How to Cook a Traditional Seafood Boil

What goes well with lobster? The truth is, the options are almost endless, as it all depends on how you prepare the dinner. Grilling, chilling, and boiling all afford different tastes and textures, so you’ll want to complement with the proper foods and wines accordingly. Also, if this is your first time eating lobster, watch… Read more »

Here Comes “Santa Claws”

Ideally, your live Maine lobsters should be cooked and prepared the same day that you receive them from Cape Porpoise Lobster. However it is possible to keep these delicious creatures alive and fresh for up to 48 hours after delivery. Cooked dead lobster is slimy and will lack the flavor that you were anticipating. Ensure that… Read more »

Using Lobster as an Ingredient

Lobster Ingredients

                  You probably think of lobster first as a main course, as it takes a lot of work and it’s pretty filling. But a lobster’s flavor can lend a lot to other sorts of meals as well. So, try thinking of lobster as an ingredient and you… Read more »