Top Tips for Cooking Perfect Lobster at Home
From what to look for when buying lobster to how to prevent it from overcooking, here's what you need to know.
The 5 Best Wines to Pair with Lobster
Scott Worcester opened the Maine wine store Sawyer's Specialties some 20 years ago. He knows wine, but more to the point—his family’s been on the Maine coast since the late 1600s—he also knows lobster.
Maine-Style Lobster Rolls
Mary-Frances Heck refers to these lobster rolls as “knuckle sandwiches” because they showcase the knuckles—the segments that connect the claws to the carapace—which are the sweetest, most tender meat on a lobster. Dressed simply with mayo, the cold salad sits in a hot, buttered bun. Her tip for tackling the admittedly tedious work of cracking the shells? Do it with a friend and a cold beer.
Lobster-Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms
Delicate zucchini blossoms are made for filling and frying. We’re giving this classic Italian appetizer a decadent spin with a lobster-and-mascarpone filling, though feel free to use lump crabmeat, cooked shrimp, or diced zucchini in place of the lobster.Slideshow: More Lobster Recipes