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Oyster Season 2022: Spring Update

As the days grow warmer and we look towards the summer and outside gatherings, many of us will look to add oysters and shellfish to our cookout and dinner menus. Here's what's happening in oyster farms across North America.

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Shipping Live Lobster: Everything You Need to Know

Shipping live lobster can be complicated and expensive. In this article, we answer our customers most common FAQs about the shipping process.

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Celebrating National Women's Month — The Women of the Lobster Trap

As a part of National Women’s Month, we would like to introduce you to some of our amazing women who help make us who we are today.

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“The Luck o’ the Lobster”- Lobsters and Irish Culture

The lobster fishery and the lobster itself are an intrinsic part of coastal Irish folklore and people’s livelihood, playing an important role in coastal cultural heritage as well as in the Irish cuisine.

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Irish Seafood Dishes for St Patrick's Day

Check out these delicious Irish seafood dishes because soggy cabbage just isn’t going to cut it anymore.

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Why Do Lobsters Turn Blue?

Being in the business, we see a lot of lobsters pass through our facility. Typically, lobsters come in murky brown, dark green, or even deep navy-blue colors.

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25 Years of Lobsters-Online.com

Lobsters-Online.com is celebrating 25 years in business this year. Find out more about our history.

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Winter Oyster Farming: What Happens in the Offseason?

We check in with Channel Rock Oysters in Barnstable Harbor for an update on winter oyster farming.

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Meet Tyler Hagenstein of Channel Rock Oysters

Located on two acres in Barnstable Harbor, the Channel Rock Oyster farm grows delicious cold-water oysters.

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Our Top Picks for Oyster Beverage Pairings

We surveyed the Lobsters Online staff for their favorite pairings and here's what we found.

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How To Eat Lobster

The first time you try and cook a lobster, the number of techniques, specialized tools and preparations can be overwhelming. Here are a few tips from the pros on how to prepare your next lobster dinner.

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Lobster Cooking Tips

Lobster can be steamed, boiled, baked, or even grilled. It should be served with melted butter and lemon on the side. The most important thing to remember is not to overcook your lobsters or they will toughen quickly and turn stringy.

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What Do You Know About Maine Lobsters?

How much do you know about North Atlantic Lobsters? Here are some of our favorite statistics America's most famous lobster species.

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