Want a bite of this lobster roll?

In 1929, the first documented lobster roll was sold up in Connecticut at a restaurant called Perry's. Years later, in 1965, the crowd-pleasing, taste bud-stimulating lobster roll became a hit at a restaurant called The Lobster Roll in New York. In Maine, these buttery rolls filled with fresh lobster were sold by roadside vendors. As you can tell, there is no lobster roll "king or queen." It is a delicacy that is enjoyed by many, especially those by the sea. I decided to put a bit of a summery spin on this. Most of the time, the lobster is steamed. I wanted to add a charred flavor, so I grilled it instead. It is a mess-free method and a way to surprise your guests! You'll want to say "Now We'

Mangia, mangia, mangia!

Ciao, buon giorno! Ho cucinato con il cuoco, Luca della Chiavari, un regione da Liguria. Abbiamo cucinato la focaccia, la frittata, le polpettone, le torte di riso, e l'insalate di mare. In other words.... I cooked with a chef, Luca of Chiavari, a region in Liguria. We cooked focaccia, frittatas, a potato bake, rice cakes, and salads of the sea. What does that all mean...a lot of amazing Italian food. We cooked it up at my Italian teacher's home in Charleston, which has a beautiful kitchen overlooking the Stono River in John's Island, Charleston. Chef Luca from a restaurant called Luchin in Chiavari, Italy, came with his Italian flour, fresh & conserved anchovies, and of course the best ing

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