Posts Tagged ‘ Lobster ’

Summer is here! And, the new issue, too!

Jun 20th, 2013 | By
Summer is here! And, the new issue, too!

Summer has finally, most definitely arrived here in New England. After the cold, snowy winter that we had, we welcome the longer days of warm sunshine. It feels great to just be outside, exploring all the fantastic things our region has to offer. It’s no wonder why tourists have been coming to New England for
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A French Favorite meets Classic New England

Aug 15th, 2012 | By
A French Favorite meets Classic New England

Now’s the perfect time to feast on one of Julia Child’s Greatest Hits By Mark R. Vogel  |  Photograph by Glenn Scott  |  Recipe preparation and styling by Catrine Kelty Article reprinted with permission from www.foodreference.com. Lobster a l’Américaine, or for its full French name, Homard a l’Américaine, is a lobster dish of dubious origin. It
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Grilled Lobster with Avocado-Lime Mayonnaise

Jul 5th, 2011 | By

Grilled Lobster with Avocado-Lime Mayonnaise Many lobster purists resist the idea of grilling lobster, convinced that it is best boiled or steamed, period. While we are devoted consumers of simple boiled lobster, this is a fun summer dish for a cookout. INGREDIENTS 2 ripe avocados, peeled and diced 3/4 cup mayonnaise Juice of 1 lime,
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Butter-Poached Lobster Medallions with Pistachio and White Truffle Oil

Jul 5th, 2011 | By

Derek Sarno, a veteran chef, restaurateur, caterer and former owner of Mizuna Cafe in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, lived on Little Cranberry Island near Mount Desert Island in Maine for several years before coming to Portsmouth. He was a stern man—that is, a captain’s assistant—on a lobster boat, and ran a restaurant in the summer. He
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[July] Lobster

Jul 1st, 2011 | By
[July] Lobster

Lobster Lover When you live in Maine, earwig bugs aren’t the only things that crawl out of the woodwork in summer. Everyone I’ve ever known comes to visit—from Great Aunt Edna’s cousin Alan, to the guy who called me “Lisa Pizza” in kindergarten. People I love. People I like. People I never really liked. People
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