Indulge in 8-10 oz. Maine Lobster Tails
Everyone knows the lobster tail is the sweetest part. Indulge in the best Maine lobster tails delivered to your door. Our tails come from Wild Caught Maine lobsters only. Check out Our Practices for more info. We include cooking instructions in every lobster tail shipment.
Why go to a restaurant to get the lobster tail you crave? You can order fresh lobster tail directly from us and enjoy it right at home. Our 8- to 10-ounce lobster tails are flash frozen after you order them and drop-shipped in dry ice right to your home. No need to make dinner reservations. It’s that easy. Order today and your Maine lobster tail will be ready to prepare any time you want it.
Elevate Your Brunch with 8-10 oz. Lobster Tails
Although many people think of brunch as a time to serve mainly breakfast foods and light sandwiches, it can also be the ideal moment to surprise your guests with 8-10 oz. lobster tail. Lobster tails are ideal for almost any guest, even those on restrictive low-carb or all-natural food diet plans. Plus, all of our lobster tails come directly sourced from local fishermen who practice ethical lobster harvesting. Not only will you get great taste, but you will know where the food on your plate came from.
Tips for Cooking Your 8-10 oz. Lobster Tails
Are you a first-timer when it comes to cooking an 8- to 10-ounce lobster tail? Keep these tips in mind as you make the most of your orders:
- Always thaw your lobster tails completely before cooking: Whether you’re boiling or baking your lobster tail, be sure each one has been thoroughly thawed. Usually, the process takes about 24 hours in the refrigerator. Never thaw lobster tail on your countertop.
- Watch one of our videos: We break down the process of cooking a lobster tail, so you can simply follow along. Plus, we answer some of your frequently asked questions during our video segments.
- Check on your lobster tail frequently during cooking. Until you get the hang of cooking an 8- to 10-ounce lobster tail, you will want to check on the status of your seafood regularly. This helps you avoid overcooking the tender, juicy meat. Remember that your seafood will still cook a bit more after you remove it from the heat. Also, if your lobster tail is undercooked, you can put it back in the pot of boiling water, steamer, oven, etc., for a few extra minutes.