1. Maine Lobster Newburg

    lobster newburg with maine lobster meat


    Maine Lobster Newburg

    Yes, that's right! We're celebrating National #LobsterNewburgDay on today, March 25th, by sharing how to make this delicious, yet simple, recipe with you all. But we know there are quite a few of you wondering, "What is Lobster Newburg, anyway?" Well, lucky enough for you, we are here to tell you (and you don't even have

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  2. Diving Into the Fascinating Life of a Lobster Mother

    Life of a lobster mother

    Here’s a note from Captain Obvious: The role of the mother is supremely important for any species, and it’s no different for lobsters. But like many ocean-dwelling creatures, humans don’t know much about the life of a lobster mother.

    As lobster lovers, we’re always working to share the best information about how nutritional and tasty lobsters can be,

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  3. Everything You Need to Know About Lobster Meat 

    lobster meat

    Sometimes you just want to buy lobster meat to put in your favorite recipes, on salads, in soups, or even just to enjoy on its own. We agree, already shelled lobster meat is amazing and versatile. 

    Fresh vs. Frozen Lobster Meat

    First, let’s go over the basics of fresh vs. frozen lobster m

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  4. The Best Lobster Grilled Cheese

    The Best Lobster Grilled Cheese


    Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes SERVES: 4 (Makes 4 sandwiches)

    Is there nothing quite as perfect as a grilled cheese sandwich? The image alone of gooey, melty cheese sandwiched between two slices of perfectly toasted buttered bread is enough to make one’s stomach call out in pangs of hunger. So here’s the challenge…

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  5. A Taste of Lobster History

    A Taste of Lobster History

    The History of Lobster

    Today, often when lobster is thought of, Maine Lobster comes to mind. But did you know that lobsters were being consumed in Europe before anyone sailed across the Atlantic to the Americas? Well, it’s true. Evidence has been found that yes, in fact, lobsters were being consumed in Europe before America was even found! When the British settlers first sailed to New England, there were so many lobsters off the coast that they didn’t even need to dive for them or catch the

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