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Lobster Tails with Lime Butter

4 (6-7-oz.) lobster tails
2 tbsp. butter, melted
2 tsp. lime juice
1 tbsp. olive oil
1/4 tsp. paprika

1. Rinse lobster tails: pat dry with paper towels. Use kitchen sheers to cut through hard top shell of lobster tail, cutting through meat, but not through the lower shell. Spread meat open in shell. Preheat broiler.

2. In a small bowl whisk together butter, like juice, olive oil and paprika.

3. Place lobster tails, meat size up, on the broiler pan rack. Set aside 3 tablespoons of butter mixture; keep warm. Brush lobster meat with remaining butter mixture.

4. Broil 4 to 5 inches from heat for 5-7 minutes or until opaque in center. Be careful NOT to overcook. Drizzle with reserved butter mixture.

Serve with a bowl of New England clam chowder!

Makes 4 servings.

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Lobster Bisque Homemade In Maine

 

lobster bisque recipe Lobster Bisque Homemade In Maine

This lobster bisque recipe takes a little work, but it sure is tasty when it is made from scratch. Be sure not to eat the Maine ingredient– fresh shucked lobster meat.

Here’s how to make lobster bisque: Meat from 2 medium Maine lobsters. Dice meat and reserve. Crush shells. Add to them the tough end of the claws, 2 1/2 c chicken stock and/or clam juice, 1 sliced onion, 2 celery stalks and leaves, 1/4 c chopped carrots, 2 whole cloves, 1 bay leaf and a few peppercorns. Simmer 1/2 hour and strain. If there’s coral roe, save it and mash it with 1/4 c flour. Pour 3 c heated milk slowly on it and stir until mixture is smooth. If no roe, melt 1/4 c butter and stir in 1/4 c flour and gradually add 3 c milk. Heat until thickened. Add 1/4 tsp. nutmeg. Add lobster meat and simmer five minutes. Remove from heat and stir in 1 c hot (not boiling) cream. Season with thyme, a touch of cayenne and sherry (optional). Garnish with parsley and paprika.

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5 Things You Can Do With Two Massive Lobster Tails If You’re “Uncoupled.”

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. Be careful, though. Don’t hurt yourself. We aren’t kidding when we say “huge.” Continue reading ‘5 Things You Can Do With Two Massive Lobster Tails If You’re “Uncoupled.”’

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Putting Together The Perfect Lobster Dinner for Two

If you’ve seen our main site, then you know that Santa Claws is coming to town. Well, here’s your free preview: the big guy’s giving two free lobster tails away for Christmas.

Now, this is Santa…so these are no ordinary grocery-store-fish tank lobsters. We’re talking massive tails from two of the biggest lobsters we could find. They say it took half a dozen elves just to get ‘em in the boat! Continue reading ‘Putting Together The Perfect Lobster Dinner for Two’

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Give The Most Unique Gift of All This Year.

Oh, sure, Turkey and Ham are all the rage on Christmas. But come on, we just had that at Thanksgiving! And for the entire week following Thanksgiving. I’m not knocking leftovers…I’m just sayin’.

Now, you  want to get really festive, you place a couple of lobster tails on the table, on a platter covered with lettuce: red and green—it practically SCREAMS Christmas! Continue reading ‘Give The Most Unique Gift of All This Year.’

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