Lobsters are crustaceans and come in four types: clawed, spiny, slipper and deep sea. Of the four different types, only clawed and spiny are familiar to most people when they order lobster tail in a restaurant. There are many different types of lobster tails. America, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Brazil and New Zealand are some […]
Archive | March, 2012
Maine is famous for the supply of succulent lobsters they produce year after year. This natural resource is protected by a series of laws, rules and regulations that help the state of Maine maintain a healthy and flourishing population of lobster. Sizing and grading lobster also helps the consumer know what kind of meat they […]
Labor Day Lobster
This is Vicki that had that Labor Day order in Texas.It was the “BEST”!!!!!!!I can’t thank you enough for talking with me and giving ussuch an AWESOME Product!I will continue to enjoy your food for a long time!Thanks again……..What a Hit!!!
Vicki, Austin, TX
April 14, 2015
We often get asked, “what is a good sized lobster to buy?” We ship lobsters from from 1 ¼ lb. each, (the size you might find at a Boston seafood restaurant), all the way up to 10-12 lb. monster lobster. What size lobster to order will depend on your budget, your menu, the occasion and the size of […]