Among these 55 mouthwatering recipes you'll discover extraordinary renditions of classic lobster dishes--including bisques, salads, lobster rolls, and grilled or steamed lobster--as well as inventive new items, such as lobster and corn salad with jalapeno johnny cakes, lobster and arugula pizza, lobster and red bliss hash, and lobster and pea shoot salad in toast cups. You'll even find recipes for side dishes and desserts that pair beautifully with lobster, resulting in meals that you'll never forget!$ 14.95 US
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- Hardcover with jacket
- Pages: 144
- Size: 6 1/2 x 8
- Color: Full-color; Photographs throughout
- ISBN: 978-1-60342-962-7
- Order Number: 62962
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