For small parties or a family cookout, put lobster on the barbie. Follow these how-to tips and easy recipes for grilled lobster, topped with tangy citrus-butter and herb-garlic sauces -- a lobster lover's delight.See Popular Grilled Lobster Recipes
Unlike Maine lobsters, which have large meaty claws, rock or "spiny" lobsters contain most of the meat in the tail. Stuff these meaty tails with the basil and Havarti cheese mixture, then grill or broil to perfection.
Is there anything lovelier than a lobster tail cradled in its coral-color shell and served with melted butter? Here's proof that the best things in life are the simplest.
Nothing quite matches the sweet, intense,and slightly charred taste of shellfish when it's cooked on the grill. Serve this simple grilled lobster with Bloody Mary Cocktail Sauce, Old Bay Dipping Sauce, or Orange-Saffron Aioli.
All around Maine's Penobscot Bay, lobster rolls set the standard for homey, simple, Down East fare. Uncooked lobster tails are available in the freezer section of most supermarkets.
Grilling was the only solution. Were you also trapped in that 10-day heat wave a couple of weeks ago? The one where you had to change your clothes once an hour? The one where your dog's black poodle fur made him so hot that you bought him a little wading pool that he refused to play in, even when you got into the pool yourself and splashed around to show him how it's done? When, after Day 4, you were suffering so much that you allowed yourself to to shed all your responsibilities? Especially cooking? It was bad,read more
Seafood can be fancy, like grilled lobster tails, or casual, like popcorn shrimp, but we like it best when it's a little bit of both. That's why we're big fans of seafood salads. They showcase all the delicate flavors of seafood, but they're also easy to prepare, easy to enjoy and easy to transport. Think parties, potlucks, and summer picnics. To help you explore this deliciously multi-faceted world of seafood salads, we're giving you some of our very favorite recipes. From a traditional dilled seafood salad to a salad packed with scallops, mussels and asparagus, each of theseread more
We totally get that even lobsters get the blues. A boiling pot of water will do that to ya. But turning blue?
Fenway Park turns the big 1-0-0 today, which is downright amazing when you think of all the teams who have chucked nostalgia and bulldozed their ballparks in order to erect gleaming new gazillion-dollar mega-parks (with a preponderance of luxury boxes). Speaking of the Yankees (ahem)--it's no doubt fitting that the Red Sox will take on their arch rivals tonight, the same team they played at Fenway's inaugural game exactly 100 years ago. (Fenway may not have changed much, but the Yankees have, right down to their name--they were the New York Highlanders back in 1912.)
Lamb belly? Goose eggs? Lobster ice cream!?
We're sure the president is excited for his swearing-in ceremony today, but once he takes that oath -- grab your forks and strap on the feed bag -- it's time to eat! Following the 57th presidential inauguration, President Obama and his family -- along with a whole bunch of other folks, including Vice-President Joe Biden, members of the president's cabinet and Congress and Supreme Court justices -- will gather at the Capitol for a big ol' three-course meal. If only all Americans could join in. The first course, according to Today, includes Maine steamed lobster with a Newread more
Whether you're planning a dinner party, a romantic meal for two or just ordering from a menu, you'll eventually want to find the perfect wine, too. But if you're already putting so much time and effort into the food, why put even more energy into choosing a wine? That's why we're here to help.
Call the police! Someone is stealing my jewels. Summer is drawing to an end, and pretty soon all the delicious, gorgeous, perfect summer tomatoes will be gone. As soon as I start to see school supplies in store windows, I go into advance mourning. Since I don't buy tomatoes out of season -- they're pretty much worthless -- I'll be stuck using canned or dried ones for the next three seasons. Canned and dried tomatoes have their place, but no one could say they're fresh and summer-y. (Find out what you need to know about Tomatoes: Smart Storage.) read more