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Host a Maine Lobster Bake on Labor Day!

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.

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Be the host at your own Lobster Dinner Party this Labor Day and have the time and leisure to enjoy it by ordering the freshest Maine lobster delivered overnight from LobsterAnywhere.com. If you crave juicy, sweet Maine lobster, but don’t want to go through handling live crustaceans, we recommend our cold-water Atlantic lobster shells prepared with fresh frozen lobster meat in the shell ready for cooking. Or, try our Boston Lobster Party Packages with live lobster,clam chowder and accessory packs: everything you need for a family reunion, or to invite good friends or neighbors to a casual outdoor lobster party.

Keep the party decorations simple for a lobster feast by using some seaside
shells and candles in small buckets on the table, red and white checked tablecloths and napkins (with shell crackers, forks and bibs inside) from LobsterAnywhere.com, and place small groups of red balloons around the area. For entertainment, hold a How to Eat Lobster demonstration for whole lobster, and serve drawn butter warm for dunking. Put together a casual Chardonnay wine tasting with small cups, or favorite craft beer tasting, and some lemonade. Don’t forget to snap some photos!

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At Lobsteranywhere.com, we are the lobster dinner experts and can assist you in deciding on how much lobster to order per person. Side suggestions for a lobster meal include: macaroni and cheese, potato salad, corn on the cob, mixed green salad, roasted red bliss potatoes, coleslaw, corn bread and steamer clams, and everyone’s favorite: New England Clam Chowder!

For over ten years Lobster Anywhere.com has earned an unparalleled reputation for its consistently fresh, sensationally superior seafood. You don’t have to travel to Maine to enjoy fresh lobster or to Cape Cod to host a clambake. Lobster Anywhere.com brings the party, and the fresh seafood, to you. So celebrate Labor Day with your own Lobster Bake party, regardless of your locale.We are ready for Labor Day Lobster Bake and can take your orders online or by phone at 1-888-85-MAINE.

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Vineyard Haven Lobster Bake

Summer is finally here! Time for a New England lobster bake featuring the Maine ingredient, live lobsters. But you don’t have to fight beach traffic or dig a big hole in your backyard for this lobster bake version.


4 dozen steamer clams
fresh seaweed
6 potatoes, skin on
6 ears of corn with the husk on
6 medium whole onions
melted or drawn butter
6 sausages
6 live lobsters, about 1 ¼ lb. each.

clambake 200x300 Vineyard Haven Lobster BakeLOBSTER BAKE INSTRUCTIONS
1.Fill the bottom of pot with 6 inches of wet seaweed.

2.Divide the steamers among 6 pieces of cheesecloth and tie corners so you can pick them up. Place on seaweed.

3.Remove silk and all but two layers of corn husk from the corn. Place corn, potatoes, onions and sausage over the clams in that order. Top off with the lobsters. Put a layer of cheesecloth over the lobsters and cover with another 4 inches of seaweed.

4.Cover closely and place pot over high heat. When steaming begins, reduce heat to medium and cook for one hour and 15 minutes.

Serve with hot crusty bread and melted butter.

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Lobster Bake

If you don’t live on the beach, no problem! Here is a simple recipe for a lobster bake at home.

Lobster Bake Ingredients

5 lbs. seaweed
4 sm. onions
4 sm. red potatoes
4 (1 1/2 lbs. ea.) Live Lobsters
4 ears sweet corn, shucked except the innermost leaves
2 lbs. mussels
2 cups water

Lobster Bake Instructions
Place a one-inch layer of seaweed (a layer of crumpled aluminum foil to raise lobsters off the bottom of pan will do) in a 16 x 12 roasting pan. Parboil onions and potatoes. Place lobsters on seaweed and arrange the corn and onions between the lobsters and the sides of the pan. Place clams, mussels and potatoes over the lobsters, keeping top level. Layer with the balance of the seaweed and add water to the pan. Cover tightly with a lid or aluminum foil and place on the stove or a preheated grill to cook. Start timing when you first see steam. Cook, covered , for 15 minutes. Remove from heat, but do not uncover for five minutes. Serve your lobster bake with clarified butter, clam broth and coleslaw. 

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