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Hosting a Digital Happy Hour or Looking for Comfort Food?
We’ve got you covered.
As we continue to innovate and stay connected with friends and family alike, the era of “zoom happy hours” has arrived. To help keep your happy hours interesting, we’ve created a short list of lobster-themed treats from our recipe archive for you to enjoy if you’re “hosting” one. Some of these recipes are from fishermen, others from our own collection, but all of them delish! For the most part, these recipes call for basic ingredients that complement lobster to keep things simple. And for those of you opting out of the digital happy hour trend and just looking for some good, old fashioned comfort food, we’ve got you covered too!
The best thing about these recipes? By purchasing Maine Lobster, you’re helping Maine’s lobster fishermen navigate the challenges of COVID-19. Check out our list of Maine companies that deliver lobster products direct to your doorstep.
A tried-and-true recipe from Luke’s Lobster, this Lobster Bloody Mary mix can be garnished with your favorite lobster product – a lobster cocktail claw or grilled lobster tail for extra flavor.
It doesn’t get much easier or tasty than this treat. If you’re a little behind from home schooling your kids, this dip takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and can be served with crackers or chips.
Similar to the Maine Lobster Dip, but a richer and more decadent alternative, this recipe is good on a chilly spring evening when you need something warm and filling. Not a fan of Brie? Try our Artichoke & Maine Lobster Dip.
This recipe comes from Stonington, Maine, made by Donna Brewer, the wife of lifelong fisherman Marsden Brewer. The preparation takes a little longer, but it’s worth it! If you don’t want to go through the hassle of cooking and picking lobsters, you can purchase pre-cooked lobster meat online.
Simple and easy-to-make? Say no more! This dish combines two of the best foods known to humankind.
Looking for comfort food? Give these a whirl!
This recipe comes with beer pairing suggestions from our friends at Allagash! Simple and easy-to make, lobster mac ‘n cheese will warm your heart and fill your belly.
A traditional Maine treat that is often served around the holidays but can also be good for any time of the year! This particular stew is incredibly easy to make, perfect for a large gathering, and luckily for you, the flavor of the lobster does all the work. If you want to avoid the challenge of cooking the lobsters yourself, check out one of the many Maine businesses that sell lobster meat online.
Who doesn’t love pizza? This recipe brings a tasty twist to an all-time classic. If you prefer not to make the dough yourself, you can substitute with store-bought dough instead!