16 oz. Cold Water Tail is sold by the each.
Thriving in the cold shallow, rocky waters and feeding on small crustaceans, cold water lobster is regarded as a delicacy due to its extra sweet meat! The lobsters are blue-ish green in color with red spines, and will turn to a bright red when cooked for a beautiful plate presentation. The meat of the a lobster tail is translucent and will change to a creamy white when fully cooked, but be careful not to overcook it as the meat will become very tough.
Lobster tails can be grilled, boiled, steamed, baked or broiled. We suggest thawing he tails in your refrigerator overnight. Use sharp kitchen shears to cut the top side of the shell lengthwise, lift the meat out and lay it on top of its shell. Next, broil or bake until the meat is opaque and firm and serve with drawn butter.
Fact: Only 6 % of lobsters that go into a trap to feed are caught.
Product of: Canada/ USA-Maine
Catch Method: Pots and Traps
Sustainability: Good Alternative
*While we try to be as accurate as possible, please note that the lobster sizes may vary slightly. Prices shown for caught weight items are estimated and are subject to change.*