Different Ways to Eat Lobster
It is that time of year again when we start dreaming about that perfect lobster. We know you are picturing that succulent tail right now, dripping with butter and lemon. While we love to eat a lobster tail plain and simple, there are other ways to eat this amazing crustacean. Here are some of our favorite ways to eat lobster.
We know it sounds crazy, but we love lobster on sandwiches. What’s not to love? Instead of the traditional BLT, why not replace the lettuce with lobster? It’s a great way to enjoy lobster cold, and we love a touch of tartar sauce mixed in with the mayo. Another way to eat lobster is to make lobster sliders, which is a miniature version of those amazing lobster rolls. If you’re having a get-together for Memorial Day, these are highly recommended. One final sandwich way to eat lobster is to do a lobster salad and put it on brioche. It’s fabulous.
We know, we didn’t think of lobster toast either, but it wouldn’t be the first time we thought of having lobster for breakfast. In fact, we really could eat lobster at every meal, but that goes without saying. For a great lobster toast, use a brioche or a thick, hearty wheat and berry bread. We enjoy lobster toast with a bit of gruyere–so creamy and good. We also like a bit of diced tomato as well.
One of the ways we’ve been dying to try lobster is with a unique pasta called fideos. It reminds us a lot of vermicelli, but a little crispier. With a cream sauce, this is a perfect summer dish. Another way we love lobster right now is a take on an Asian favorite. We’re making kimchi with lobster and clams. In a stew, this mixture is out of the world good. The spicy kimchi is a perfect complement to the lobster and clams.
If you’re looking for a new way to try lobster, we recommend that you try one of these ideas. They are sure to liven up even the dullest of days–and who hasn’t had a few of those lately?
When you’re ready to eat the best lobster around, you need to come by and see us at 1 North Country Road, Port Jefferson, New York, 11777. You can give us a call at 631-473-1143.