Seafood lends itself to simple preparation, think of the sublime combination of fresh lobster dipped in melted butter or poached salmon drizzled in a lemon dill sauce. We have a few favorite recipes listed here. Some are as simple as heat and eat, some require additional preparation, but all are delicious.
Grilled Lobster Tail is one of the fastest ways to get dinner on the table after a lazy weekend at the beach or when you need to wind down over a good meal after work.
Down East Lobster Scampi a la Campfire - Maine Lobster Council recipe submitted by Brian Mulligan
While this recipe calls for fresh lobster, it could easily be prepared with frozen lobster tail. Simply take the lobster out of the freezer the day before you plan to prepare this dish so it has time to thaw.
Club Sandwich with Maine Lobster - Maine Lobster Council recipe submitted by Chef Tom Gutow
This simple, but elegant sandwich is easy to prepare and wonderful served for a summertime lunch. It makes eight sandwiches, but can easily be scaled back for a smaller crowd.
Secret Recipe for Nick's Cove's Dungeness Crab Mac-n-Cheese - 7x7.com published this recipe from Nick's Cove restaurant in Marshall, CA.
This sophisticated take on mac-n-cheese is comfort food at its best. If you can't travel to Marin County for chef Austin Perkins' original version, make the dish at home and buy fresh Dungeness crab in season (late fall/early winter) or use frozen crab meat if you just have to serve this at another time of year.