Tucked in a bun or set on a plate, lobster salad is an upscale seafood meal. From lemon-chive to tarragon-shallot, these easy recipes for lobster salad are mouthwateringly simple.See Popular Lobster Salad Recipes
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Serve these sophisticated lobster sandwiches for alfresco meals and summer celebrations.
This tasty sandwich is full of fresh lobster in a tarragon dressing. If you like, skip the bun and serve the lobster salad on lettuce leaves.
Pancetta adds a salty flavor to this easy lobster salad. Serve on hearty rolls or bread for lunch or dinner.
Omit the seafood to serve this salad as a side dish. Add interest by using a combination of available salad greens--from tender to spicy.
There aren't many foods that can compare with lobster when it comes to over-the-top luxury. Yes, it's expensive (since it's always in demand, producers can charge what the market will bear). But it's a worthwhile indulgence, especially when you have a romantic dinner in mind (for Valentine's Day or any day).
Lobster is a classic and glorious summer tradition. Try this recipe for a quick dinner tonight.
Hmm! Lobster rolls, on a bun and brimming with good stuff. Shades of the vacation last year on Cape Cod.
The down economy has many people scrambling to stretch all that zucchini in the garden into a week's worth of meals and trying to convince the kids that egg salad most definitely do count as dinner. Or deciding how to get the most bang for your buck from the dollar menu. Well, if you're at Wendy's in Japan, forget that.
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.
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?
When I look back at the lavish holiday meals during the Christmases of my blessed, blessed childhood, I realize that my parents -- and my mother in particular -- put in 36 hours of work a day to keep us happy. Take Christmas Eve. At 5 in the afternoon, we all went to church.
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.
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.
In the classic fairytale, Goldilocks was on a quest to find the perfect bowl of porridge. Here in the real world, as we've learned more and more about the health benefits of eating fish, many of us are on a quest to find the perfect seafood: one that's not too expensive, not unhealthy, but just right. This can sometimes seem like an impossible task.
Hey, those Halloween costumes aren't cheap -- might as well get some return on the investment, right? Most of what's spooky on Halloween may all just be fun and games, but not if you're in the restaurant biz, where the holiday tends to mark a scary slide in sales as families stick around the house or head out trick-or-treating. A number of restaurant chains are trying to lure customers in by offering special deals to customers in costume (or not, a number don't even require that you or your kids show up in full zombie mode).
From cheesy pasta bakes to breakfast for a crowd, our favorite cold-weather casseroles will keep your family's bellies full and hearts warm.
Longtime readers may recall the story of my first Thanksgiving pumpkin pie, but I'll share it again anyway. I remember walking past an end-cap display at the Key Foods on 7th Avenue in Brooklyn, then backing up to take a closer look: Cans of pumpkin pie filling. Packages of graham-cracker crust.