Feelin’ Crabby About Your Diet? Why You Should Turn to Seafood




One of the most common New Year resolutions that individuals make (and break) is to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle. Maintaining a healthy diet is ensuring that you are choosing ingredients that are low in fat but still can provide you with essential nutrients. Many are surprised to learn about the health benefits… Read more »




Here Comes “Santa Claws”




Ideally, your live Maine lobsters should be cooked and prepared the same day that you receive them from Cape Porpoise Lobster. However it is possible to keep these delicious creatures alive and fresh for up to 48 hours after delivery. Cooked dead lobster is slimy and will lack the flavor that you were anticipating. Ensure that… Read more »




Tis’ the Season for Holiday Maine Lobster Specials!




During the holiday season there is always that one person that is hard to buy for. That’s why Cape Porpoise Lobster has made it easy with our new holiday Maine lobster specials. Surprise your loved ones, coworkers, or anyone on your list with delicious Maine Lobster Tails and Seafood. Our overnight shipping makes it convenient… Read more »




3 Ways to Prepare Rock Crab




Rock crabs can serve as a delicious appetizer, side or meal, making them quite versatile. As you’ll see, you can go a lot of directions in preparing them as well, whether using rock crab claws or meat. Boiled Rock Crab This recipe, for example, keeps it quite simple – so simple that the only ingredient is… Read more »




Some Things that you may not know about Lobster Traps




For one thing, if you have never been to a Maine lobster fishing shore, you might not have even known that lobsters were caught in traps. But, you probably did, since it’s pretty common knowledge that commercial fishing is done with traps, nets, etc. But, did you know that lobster traps have escape routes? “Why?”… Read more »