You have a craving for Maine lobster, so you go ahead and order a whole lobster at a restaurant and it is brought to your table. What do you do first? Some people are uncomfortable with the beady eyes of the lobster staring at them and the whole creature taking up their plate, but have […]
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Instead of the the standard burgers and dogs, why not treat your guests to a decadent lobster dinner party this Labor Day? Delivered in plenty of time for your Labor Day feast: fresh seafood, New England clam chowder, and live lobsters fresh off the fishing boats of Maine. Be the host at your own Lobster […]
Labor Day is the last excuse for as summer soiree. Make it memorable with lobster from Maine. It does not take hard work to love lobster! For a sublime Labor Day cook-out or dinner party we suggest … Lobster Tails: Don’t let the summer end without grilling lobster tails! We’ve got lobster tails hailing from the […]
These days, minor indulgences that don’t break the bank are important. It doesn’t get any better than a dinner of fresh lobster – but even with its amazing, expansive coastline, finding the best lobster in California can be tricky. The Golden State is chock full of outstanding restaurants and fish markets, but where can a […]
These days, minor indulgences that don’t break the bank are important. It doesn’t get any better than a dinner of fresh lobster – but finding the best lobster in New York City can be tricky. The Big Apple is chock full of outstanding restaurants and fish markets, but where can a seafood lover find the […]
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 […]
It was the New Yorkers and Bostonians that really gave the Maine lobster its place on the culinary map, after they developed a taste of its delicious sweet and succulent meat. Lobsters nowadays are somewhat synonymous with exclusive restaurants and expensive buffets. We imagine them nestled amongst leafy green salads, drizzled with butter sauces, displayed […]
With the warm weather this Memorial Day weekend the boats are out hauling in lobsters for the summer season. For lobster lovers who do not want to handle live lobster, lobster tails are the right choice for you to throw a Memorial Day lobster party. Add a little zest to your summertime fun with this recipe for lobster tails with balsamic dressing.
4 Lobster Tails from LobsterAnywhere!
Select 6-7 oz. lobster tails, 8-10 oz., 16-20 oz. tails
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
salt and pepper
1/2 tsp. cayenne
1/4 tsp dry mustard
1 tbsp chopped shallots
1 Tbsp. packed light brown sugar
2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
Cut the bottom of the lobster tail shell with kitchen scissors, so they will lie flat. Put in shallow dish. Mix remaining ingredients together and pour over tails. Marinate for at least two hours in the refrigerator, turning a few times. Broil tails, basting with marinade, for 12-15 minutes. Alternatively, you can grill your lobster tails.
To learn more about our lobster tails, see our article Lobster Tails for any Season and our video for how to cook lobsters on the grill. LobsterAnywhere ships hand-selected, hard-shell Maine lobsters tails right to your doorstep.
One of the most popular fresh seafood items on our online lobster store are Lobster Tails. And we ship a ton of lobster tails all year long to just about every part of the USA. Lobster lovers the world over will tell you the lobster tail is the biggest, meatiest part of the lobster. There are […]
Say you win, and you don’t have that special someone at the moment. No problem! Here are five ways to enjoy your gift if you are single: 1. Eat Up! Everybody likes a challenge. If you can polish off these two tails on your own, you’ll be well-prepared for your long winter’s nap, my friend. […]
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