Tag: Maine Lobster

Proper Way to De-Shell and Eat a Whole Lobster

Proper Way to De-Shell and Eat a Whole Lobster

Proper Way to De-Shell and Eat a Whole Lobster Imagine you’re on vacation. You’re in a new country, experiencing a new culture, seeing new sites, leaning new customs.

The Life of the Mother Lobster

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 […]

The Evolution of a Maine Symbol: The Lobster Boat

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.

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5 Reasons You Should Buy Lobster Online

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 […]

Mothers Day Brunch!

Mothers Day Brunch!

Switch it up this Mothers Day and surprise Mom with a scrumptious meal from Maine, made by you!

A Story Behind Every Lobster

A Story Behind Every Lobster

Lobstering has a long history. With that long history comes generations of families spending countless days out on the water waiting for their perfect catch.

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These Lobster Deviled Eggs will be the only ones you need this Easter!

These Lobster Deviled Eggs will be the only ones you need this Easter!

March is an exciting time of the year, especially for us in Maine.

Weathering the Winter for Maine Lobster

Weathering the Winter for Maine Lobster

  Lobstermen sorting Live Maine lobster On The Boat Every day we talk to hundreds of people from all over the country with questions about wild caught, Maine lobster. In January and February, we are often asked if lobsters are available in the winter months. […]