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 […]
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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 […]
Do not put away your grill yet. The fall is the best time of year to enjoy some real Maine lobster tails on the grill. Grilling lobster tails is a snap. If you can light a grill, you can cook frozen lobster tails. Watch our video on how to grill lobster tails. Below is a great recipe for grilling lobsters at home.
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. […]
Lobster’s blood is colorless and when exposed to oxygen it tuns a tint of blue. The blue hue is due to iron the lobster’s body used to transport oxygen. Human’s red colored blood is due to iron being the oxygen carrier. When lobsters are cooked the blood turns to a white, opaque color and has a gel like consistency. It is safe to eat.