Cape Pier Restaurant 2013 Season

If you’re tired of the cold weather, don’t worry, because things are heating up in Kennebunkport, Maine. March 29th is the day Cape Pier Restaurant opens for the 2013 season. Imagine yourself and your loved ones enjoying delicious Maine lobster fresh from the sea in a restaurant overlooking the water. Cape Pier Restaurant makes that… Read more »

Three ways to make Maine lobster rolls

Lobster rolls are synonymous with New England cuisine. From the shores of Long Island to the coastal waters all the way up through Maine and Canada, it seems everyone has their own recipe for this crustacean treat. Most recipes call for chunks of steamed lobster meat, including claws, knuckles and tails, tossed in a bit… Read more »

Hot Tub Time! Tips for Boiling Your Valentine’s Day Lobster

Our collective love affair with lobster knows no limits. Some people associate the crustacean with coastal living and dining. The sight and smell of a lobster brings them back to times spent walking beaches, fishing in the ocean and living the coastal life. Others just simply love the flavor and various ways to prepare lobster…. Read more »

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 »