What Are Some Seafood Recipes For Football Games?

football game foodsThis time of the year, seafood probably doesn’t first come to mind in other parts of the country. Why not?  Seafood is great all year long, and during the fall when football consumes us every weekend, sharing our favorite seafood recipes and dishes is a must. You get all your friends together, ready to consume delicious food before, during and after the game.

This is your chance to make some impressive meals and appetizers that everyone will enjoy!

Crabzilla Burger

Who doesn’t love a delicious burger?  On top of that, who doesn’t love delicious crab legs? The combination of two equals a hilarious, creative treat and a delicious option for your football loving friends. Try something different and make the patties out of salmon or look for a fish patty instead of traditional hamburger.

Grilled Salmon Kebabs

There are a ton of ways to create these, but they are always a hit.  If it’s early enough in the fall, you can still fire up the grill outside before the cold weather really starts to settle in. We have plenty of wild salmon to grill, but you could also throw on shrimp, lobster meat of scallops.

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to prepare some salmon kebabs for the next game.

Maine Event Lobster and Corn Grilled Pizza

You heard that right, lobster and corn on pizza.  Although it seems crazy, this pizza is awesome and tasty. Maine lobster is the best in the country, so throwing it on a pizza is a no brainer.

Grab some Cape Porpoise lobster meat and try this next weekend!

Written by Cape Porpoise Lobster Co.

Cape Porpoise Lobster Co.

When put quite simply: Cape Porpoise Lobster Company is the best of the best when it comes to quality seafood. In picturesque Cape Porpoise, Maine, in the village of Kennebunkport lies Cape Porpoise Pier. The Pier is an active fishing port; our people can be found right in the middle of all of this activity. It is in this port where we buy our lobsters, shrimp, mussels, and other fresh seafood–directly from the fishermen at the pier.