A Sophisticated Reinterpretation of a Beloved New England Summer Tradition
There's nothing more New England than a traditional Yankee clambake. Historically cooked over hot coals in a pit dug in the sand, whole lobsters are steamed with sweet summer corn, soft-shell clams, a few new potatoes and perhaps some mussels to boot. This elegant version offers a sophisticated twist on the classic recipes - and best of all - there are no bibs required!
On The Menu
Brown sugar and a bit of cream cheese is the secret to this moist yet crumbly shortcake; topped with wild Maine blueberries and maple whipped cream, it's "the way life should be" on a plate.
Brimming with scallops, mussels and clams, this luxurious chowder showcases the bounty of the sea.
Fresh lavender (and a splash of vodka if you'd like) offers a grown-up twist on this childhood favorite.
Raw zucchini and summer corn pair with fresh mint in this sweet and tangy summer side.
Basil, tarragon, parsley and chives add a zesty brightness to this traditional picnic standby.
Serving chilled tarragon-scented lobster salad on warm buttery brioche (rather than the traditional hot dog roll) offers an elegant upgrade to this iconic New England recipe