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With restaurants closed to the public for the foreseeable future, it’s possible you won’t be able to eat a fresh lobster roll on an outdoor patio with your friends any time soon — a nightmare.
Thankfully, you can still re-create the delicious summer treat in the comfort of your own home.
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The recipe is a James Beard Award-winning take on the classic New England staple.
The package comes with everything you need to make four of your own lobster rolls:
12 ounces of freshly picked Maine lobster meat
6 ounces of brown butter vinaigrette
4 fluffy steamed buns
Chives for garnish
In the summer, Eventide sells an average of 500-600 of these lobster rolls per day. It’s one of the most popular restaurants in Portland, Maine.
Credit: Zack Bowen / Knack Factory
The meal kits are helping Eventide — and so many other small businesses — stay open amid social distancing.
This might be the most delicious way to support iconic local restaurants.
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