Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Lobster Roll Wednesday

Today, I'm joining Wordless Wednesday with two photos that need no words to describe them.  These were taken in Maine on one of our very favorite vacations.  Wonder why???



Is your mouth watering?  Visit Red's Eats online for a menu.



Have a special Wednesday

Linda Kay

15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

goodness!

Josie Two Shoes said...

Oh! You are killing me with this! I LOVE lobster, but I've never had a lobster roll, and this looks mouthwatering delicious! :-)

Mary said...

I LOVE lobster in Maine!! Right out of the Bay. We haven't vacationed there in a few years and miss it.

Have a great day!

pixiedusk said...

This had made me really really hungry and now I am craving for lobsters!!! #ww

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Lovely lobster! I wish I had some crawfish bisque...

Anvilcloud said...

My mouth doesn't water for lobster, but I know that I am in the minority.

Linda Kay said...

Some of them in Maine have a lot of mayo, not so much lobster, but Red's has pure lobster on the rolls. Unbelievable.

Linda Kay said...

Thanks for stopping by, Mary....we plan to go back next year for an extended time. Love it!

Linda Kay said...

Thanks for stopping by.....I really prefer digging out the lobster meat with the crackers and the butter running down my arms.

Linda Kay said...

Don't think I've had crawfish bisque, but certainly the lobster bisque is wonderful.

Lin Floyd said...

been there, done that-it was yummy!

Wandering Wren said...

I remember my first Lobster working on an American Summer camp in New England, which was divine! Never since have I ever had lobster to rave about and have often thought it was over rated... obviously I need to go to Red Eats in Maine!
I'll put it on my bucket list!
Wren x

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I have GOT to go to Maine! Read your interview on Smashwords, fascinating. Would like to talk to you about that experience, if you're willing and have time.

Saucy Kodz said...

Well folks, I am a Maritime Girl, living by the bay so we have access to lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, and lots of fish frequently. It's a luxury I guess, some would say, however when you live and fish it all, it another meal on the table and quite a delightful one at that. Looks like a super nice Lobster Roll at Red's Eats and they are givin' ya yer money's worth, eh :)

Linda Kay said...

Sounds great when you normally get pond raised fish and pork and beef. We do eat quite a bit of venison in this part of the country. We will head back up to Maine next summer for our fish fix.

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