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lobster 101

We’ve all seen our fair share of mouthwatering lobster recipes – the gems below are no exceptions. So how does one actually pick, clean, and cook a lobster? Get the scoop here, then select a recipe below and get cookin’!

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grilled lobster with garlic-parsely butter

This easy-to-make version (grilled and poached in a pool of melted butter and parsley!) tastes just as good as it looks.

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the new england clambake

This northeastern summer classic features the very best of the season. So, when you can’t make it all the way down to the shore, this might be the next best thing. Fill a large pot with a layer of seafood – clams, mussels, lobster – and seasoning, and cook to perfection.

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classic lobster rolls

Travel up the Eastern Seaboard during the summer and chances are you’ll come across this infamous roll. Recreate it and serve with a side of fresh cole slaw for an instant escape. The only thing missing will be the sand beneath your toes. Unless you’re actually on the beach, in which case…well done.

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brown butter lobster with bacon, crispy kale, and fontina pasta

Pasta night just got a much-needed upgrade. This mouthwatering combo saturated with bold spices and a generous drizzle of melted brown butter is sure to become a summer favorite.

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lobster mac and cheese

Buttery lobster. Fontina cheese. A toasted butter cracker garnish. Yep, this elevated classic was made to be devoured.

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lobster tacos

This delightfully delicious rendition is all about making the most of summer’s freshest ingredients. Serve with a side of guacamole and a bottomless pitcher of margaritas.

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