Native Lobster for Two
Remember, Bibs are for babies. Just grab hold and get messy.
Corn on the Cob
Begin with your Salad
A simple salad of Boston Lettuce with sliced Pickling Cucumbers and a mixture of Cherry Tomatoes for color and taste. Drizzle on Olive Oil Dressing.
Boil 3 Cups of extra virgin Olive Oil and then turn off burner and add several Cloves of Fresh Chopped Garlic and a very large handful of Garden Herbs Sprigs and Leaves: Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Sage and Parsley.
Cool and pour into a Glass Jar with Lid. Let it marinate for at least 24 hours before use.
Be sure to shake well when using so that some herbs will top the salad.
Eat the Corn as the Lobsters are Boiling
Corn on the Cob
Bring Salted Water to Boil in a large Lobster Pot
Add husked Corn and boil for 4 minutes
Remove with Tongs and drain
Cover with Butter and Salt to taste
Save Water for Lobsters
Two 1 ½ – 2 pound Lobsters
Toss Lobsters (headfirst and up-side-down) into your briskly boiling lobster pot
Make sure that the Lobsters are completely covered with a few inches to spare
Cover the pot tightly
Once the water begins to boil again, shift lid to allow steam to escape. Cook for 8-10 minutes. Do Not Overcook! The outer shell should be bright Red.
Remove lobsters and place on a cutting board. With a heavy bladed knife, chop each claw (to crack not to sever).
Serve with individual Bowls of Melted Butter to which has been added freshly squeezed Lemon Juice
Have a Bowl of Warm Water with Lemon Juice in it near your Plate for your hands
Make sure to have Lobsters Forks and Lobster Crackers (similar to Nut Crackers)
As the Lobsters are cooking gently sautee Asparagus and chopped, fresh Garlic in Butter, Olive Oil, White Wine and a few splashes of Italian Dressing for several minutes
Vanilla Ice Cream sprinkled with a Sweet Raspberry Vinegrette, Blueberries or Blackberries and a Dollop of Chocolate Sauce
We enjoy eating this meal outside since it tends to get rather messy!
Our German Shepherd, Sky, loves Lobster Juice the juices from the Lobsters and the Asparagus!
Sam Adams Summer Ale or a Rich Chardonnay
Purple Loosestrife, Hosta Flowers, Ornamental Grasses, Hydrangea, and Wild Yellow Giants from the Wild Garden in our Yard
A Large Vase with Large Flowers for an abundant, seasonal meal!
Salt & Pepper Shakers
Lobster Claws and Corn on the Cob