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Quick Scallop Guide

Here at Maine Lobster Now we have decided to expand our options for the always popular Sea Scallops We would like to provide some information about these intricate creatures. Since our start, we have offered the common 10/20 variety of scallops, but as you will see we have also started offering the smaller 20/30 variety […]

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The Life of the Mother Lobster

When most people see a lobster, they don’t know if it is a male or female unless they’re lobster experts or simply familiar with how to distinguish between the two. There are a few noticeable differences from a female Lobster to a male lobster. A female lobsters tail is larger than a males because the […]

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“Fall” in Love with Portland, Maine.

As the years have progressed, Portland Maine has become an extremely popular spot to visit in the Summer months. There is always a very unique, hometown feel to Portland Maine but, in the fall that hometown feel turns  into a “welcome home” feel.  Maine is very well known for the “open door” policy everywhere you […]

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Maine Vs. Canadian Lobsters

What are they? The American Lobster known as the “Homarus Americanus”, is a species of lobster found in the Atlantic coast of North America. It is also known as Canadian Lobster, True Lobster, Northern Lobster, Canadian Reds, or Maine Lobster.  The American Lobster thrives in cold, shallow waters where there are many rocks and other places […]

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History of Maine Blueberries.

Maine Blueberries were some of the first plants to appear in Maine over 10 thousand years ago! It has been recorded that when the glaciers over Maine receded, some of the first plants to appear were wild blueberry bushes. Blueberries are very good at growing in poor, stressful environments. 1,000 years ago, Native Americans discovered […]

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Maine Hard Shell Lobsters VS. Soft Shell Lobsters

A common question asked about Maine Lobsters or Lobsters in general is, “What is better.. Hard Shell or Soft Shell Lobsters?”. This is a great question that Maine Lobster Now has been striving to answer for its customers. Benefits of Hard Shell Maine Lobsters: Since Hard Shells haven’t shed their shell yet this year, They […]

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How Does a Lobster Trap Work?

Lobster fishing is hard, physically demanding work. It involves long hours, harsh weather conditions, and an unpredictable and unforgiving work environment. The men and women that go out to sea to catch our favorite crustaceans put themselves through a lot of tough physical and mental work. Although, it’s a difficult job that only some are […]

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The Evolution of a Maine Symbol: The Lobster Boat

The lobster boat is a recognizable image that people all across the country associate with Maine. It’s a symbol that has evolved over time but still always kept the same meaning of hard work, simplicity, and our way of life here in Maine. The lobster boat portrays a strong image of our history in the […]

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5 Reasons You Should Buy Lobster Online

Enjoying a Maine lobster dinner is quite an experience! The tender wild caught Maine lobster doused in butter, sweet steamer clams on the side and a famous whoopie pie for dessert. Does it get any better?  Nothing is more perfect for a get together or celebration with family and friends than this delicious meal. Living […]

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Lobster Mac n Cheese Recipe

Maine Lobster Mac n Cheese Recipe!     Ingredients: 1 pound of Maine Lobster Meat 2 tablespoons grape seed oil 1 pound dried macaroni pasta 1/2 cup butter (1 stick) 1 cup chopped white onion 2 cloves chopped garlic 1/2 cup all-purpose flour, or as needed 2 bay leaves 1 cup fish stock or vegetable stock […]

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