It’s not summer until you’ve cooked and ate a lobster. For the culinary challenged I’ll accept someone else doing the cooking, but at least once this summer go the homemade route. With the exception of lobster rolls, lobster at one of Long Island’s many seafood restaurants is normally reserved for special events. But lobster at home? That’s another story.
Think about eating gooey melted cheese with chunks of lobster in a delicious grilled cheese sandwich out on your deck as the sun sets with a local brew in hand. Or setting up a fancy dinner, candles, fine china and boiling that lobster in a mix of secret spices to impress that special someone. Lobster at home can be as low-key or upscale as you want it to be and with these recipes from eight chefs, there’s a dish for every level home cook. Get the stove ready.