November Food Holidays

It is the first of the month which means here is the monthly list of food holidays. With Holidays approaching, I know cooking will focus on Thanksgiving and the holidays that follow but remember its okay to still enjoy the little things.

National Fun with Fondue Month
National Georgia Pecan Month
National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month
National Pepper Month
National Stuffing Month
National Raisin Bread Month
November 1-7: National Fig Week

November 1: National Bison Day

National Pâté Day*

November 2: National Deviled Egg Day

November 3: National Sandwich Day

November 4: National Candy Day

November 5: National Doughnut Day

National Chinese Take-out Day

November 6: National Nachos Day

November 7: National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

November 8: National Cappuccino Day

November 9: National Greek Yogurt Day

November 10: National Vanilla Cupcake Day

November 11: National Sundae Day

November 12: National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day

November 13: National Indian Pudding Day
Feast of St. Diego Alacala

November 14: National Homemade ‘Guac’ Day

National Pickle ‘Appreciation’ Day

November 15 : National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day

National Raisin Bran Cereal Day

November 16: National Fast Food Day

November 17: National Baklava Day

Homemade Bread Day

November 18: National Apple Cider Day

National Vichyssoise Day

November 19: National Macchiato Day

November 20 : National Peanut Butter Fudge Day

November 21: National Cranberry Day

National Gingerbread Cookie Day

November 22: National Cranberry Relish Day

National Cashew Day

November 23: National Espresso Day

November 24: National Sardines Day

November 25: National Parfait Day
National “Eat with a Friend” Day

November 26: National Cake Day

November 27: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day

November 28: National French Toast Day

November 29: National Chocolates Day
National Lemon Creme Pie Day
National Rice Cake Day

November 30: National Mousse Day


New York City Field Trip Ideas

On our Monday night live on Homeschooling in NYC, we covered field trips both city based and state based. There were hundreds of ideas, so I will be breaking them up into different groups because covering it all will take absolutely forever. I just want to remind you all that even if it is not a museum or exhibit, doesn’t mean it can not count as a field trip. Everywhere has history and other aspects to learning you can incorporate. For example, going to the grocery store can involve nutrition and balancing finances/budget. A trip to the park can be P.E. Taking a walk through a neighborhood you can talk about the culture, the history, dynamics, gardens (lower east side has a lot) and much more. Also there are so many opportunities not just in New York City, or within the state. If you can travel, it is a great experience but there are virtual tours as well you can look into as well.

*Just a note I will continue adding to this list as time goes, I wanted to get you all started with ideas.*


Ellis Island

Governor’s Isalnd

The Met



Central Park


Morgan Library and Musuem

Museum at Eldrige Street

Natural Museum of the American Museum

9/11 Tribute and Musuem


Empire State Building

Flat Iron

Rockefeller Center

Times Square


New York Historical Society

United Nations

Cooper Hewitt


Tenement Museum

Paley Center

American Folk Art Museum

Museum of Jewish Heritage

Merchant House Museum

Museum of Moving Image

Central Park Zoo

Ripley’s Believe it or Not!

National Museum of Mathematics

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

Children’s Museum of Manhattan

Whitney Museum of American Art

China Institute & Gallery

Alice Tully Hall

The Frick Collection

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem

New Museum

Yeshiva University Museum

Top of the Rock


Prospect Zoo

Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

New York Aquarium

Waterfront Museum

Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Jewish Children’s Museum


Queens Wildlife Center

Hall of Science

Queen’s Country Farm Museum

The Noguchi Museum

Sculpture Center


Bronx Zoo

Staten Island

Staten Island Zoo

Staten Island Children’s Museum

Alice Austen House

Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art


Disney + Educational Picks

Since Disney + came out, we’ve been loving it. But how do we make it educational? Well so much of the content is already educational but you can support the other shows and movies with added resources. I’ll be adding more so stay tuned. So let’s go over what the best things to watch are

Geography and History

Rogue Trip

Wild Congo

Drain Alcatraz

Wild Sri Lanka

Wild Chile

Birth of Europe

The Lost City or Machu Picchu

Lost Cities with Albert Lin

Lost Treasures of the Maya

Lost Treasures of Egypt

Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great

Chasing the Equinox

Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed

Easter Island Unsolved

Into the Grand Canyon

Wild Yellowstone

Atlantis Rising

Life Below Zero

Free Solo

Titanic 20 years Later with James Cameron

Drain the Titanic

Gorden Ramsey Uncharted

Jane Goodall: The Hope

Wild Russia

Continent 7: Antartica

Expedition Amelia

Wild Hawaii

Japan: Between Earth & Sky

Secrets of Wild India

Tut’s Treasures: Hidden Secrets

Drain the Sunken Pirate City

Origins: The Journey of Humankind

Breaking 2

Egypt’s Treasure Guardians

Miracle Landing on the Hudson

Diana: In her Own Words

The Greeks

Viking Warrior Women


Hostile Planet

Born Wild: The Next Genration

Weird but True

Disneynature: Elephant

Disneynature: Dolphin Reef

Disneynature: Penguins

Disneynature: In the Footsteps of Elephant

Disneynature: Diving with Dolphins

Disneynature: Penguins Life on the Edge

Disneynature: The Crimson wing: Mystery of the Flamingos

Disneynature: Born in China

Disneynature: African Catss

Disneynature: Bears

True Life Adventures: The African Lion

True Life Adventures: Jungle Cat

True Life Adventures: Living Desert

True Life Adventures: Secrets of Life

The Story of Perri

Disneynature: Chimpanzee

Disneynature: Wings of Life

Sacred Planet

Drain the Great Lakes

Drain the Bermuda Triangle

Year Million

One Strange Rock

Running Wild with Bear Grylls

Kingdom of the White Wolf

Giants of the Deep Blue

Unlikely Animal Friends

Awesome Animals

Mission to the Sun

Mars Inside SpaceX

Expiation Mars: Spirit & Opportunity

Apollo: Missions to the Moon

Secrets of the King Cobra

Sharks of Lost Islands

Bizarre Dinosaurs

Wild Hawaii

Secrets of Wild India

United States of Animals

Big Sur: Wild California

Alaska’s Grizzly Gauntlet

Primal Survivor

Kingdom of the Apes: Battle Lines

America’s National Parks

Paradise Island

Tree Climbing Lions

Wild Russia

Into the Oravango

Out There with Jack Randall

Man among Cheetahs

Winges Seduction: Birds of Paradise

Earth Live

Se of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures

Kingdom of the Blue Whale

Journey to Shark Eden

Drain the Oceans

The Flood

Science Fair

Paris to Pittsburgh

Before the Flood

Jane: A Film by Brett Morgen

Disneynature: Monkey Kingdom

Wild Yellowstone

Wild Chile

Wild Sri Lanka


Secrets of the Zoo

Great Migrations

Prairie Dog Manor

Deep Blue

Power of the Everglades


Summer Singalong



Mary Poppins


Camp Rock



Fantasia 2000


Descendants 2

Descendants 3

The Sound of Music

Teen Beach Movie

Teen Beach Movie 2

Hannah Montana Best of Both Worlds Concert

High School Musical

High School Musical 2

High School Musical 3

Disney Documentaries

The Pre – Opening Report from Disneyland

The Imagineering Story

The Story of the Animation Drawing

Frank and Ollie

Disneyland: Around the Seasons

The Boys: The Sherman Brothers; Story

Waking Sleeping Beauty

Into the Unknown: Making Disney Frozen II

One Day at Disney Short

One Day at Disney

Assembling a Universe

Prop Culture

Disney Insider


Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin

Secrets of Christ’s Tomb: Explorer Special


List of all the Homeschool curriculums

Thank you for stopping by. Below I’ve divided the curriculums by categories. Not one curriculum is better than another. I’m happy to help you figure out which curriculum fits your style and child best. You can mix and match or create your own. I won’t be copying curriculum info. If it says all inclusive, know that it has all the other components.


Winter Promise

Located at https://winterpromise.com Winter Promise is a Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum that goes from preschool level to 12th grade. They mainly do worksheets but also have a digital course. Check out the website to learn more.


Abeka is a popular christian curriculum. You can get kits for ages Kindergarten through 12th Grade. They also offer a digital curriculum. You can check out more at https://www.abeka.com/Homeschool

Life pac

Created by Alpha Omega Publications, Lifepac is a Kindergarten through 12th Curriculum. It is another popular Christian curriculum that is workbook based. Each workbook takes approximately 3-4 weeks per their website.

ACE Comprehensive Curriculum

ACE as well as PACE, another full curriculum from 1st Grade to 12th is a christian based curriculum. It also uses workbooks to teach children through the word of God. It is paired with their Reading master software. Check out more here.


Sunlight is yet another popular christian Curriculum. With an all inclusive kit, its workbook based with a teaching guide. You can check out more here.

My Fathers World.

A christian Curriculum is a Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum broken down into workbooks. They go from Pre-k to 12th grade. Chee out more here.

Christian Liberty Press

A Christian curriculum that goes from pre-school to 12th grade. There are two paths you can use. The Academy and the Independent.

Bob Jones University

BJU is another popular Christian curriculum. From Kindergarten to 12th Grade, BJU has both textbooks and video lessons. You can find out more here.


Time4Learning is another popular curriculum from Pre-K to 12th Grade. It is video based and logs everything for you. It is Language arts based so you may find it lacking in Science and History, Find out more here.

Oak Meadow

Oak Meadow is a virtual school that provides hard copy workbook as well as digital. They have one on one support with teachers as well. Find out more here.

Heart of Dakota

Another Christian based curriculum provides workbooks for Pres-school through 12th. Find out more here.

Easy Peasy All – in – One

Easy Peasy is a free all in one curriculum. They serve Preschool through 12th and have a Bible unit, should you decide to use it. Find out more here.

School House Teachers

Is a low cost, self paced curriculum that offers more than 450 classes online. Most of which are video with a project or printable. Check out more here.

Discovery K12

Another all inclusive, free, curriculum from Pre-K to 12th Grade. It sets the schedule for you if you want to follow for 180 days to cover all homeschooling laws (double check on your state that you are complying). Check out more here.

Master Books

Master Books is another Christian curriculum thats Preschool through 12th using workbooks. Check out more here.

Bridgeway Acedemy

Bridegway is a curriculum from Preschool to 12th Grade that is personalized to fit your child’s needs. Chee out more here.

Acellus Acedemy

Works with kids from Kindergarten to 12th Grade using an online curriculum. You can find more info here.

Laurel Springs School

From K- 12th grade, Laurel Springs is an online curriculum. Find out more here.

Power Homeschool

Power Homeschool has over 250 Courses for K-12th Grade using online curriculum. Check out more here.

The Good and the Beautiful

A Christian Curriculum that ranges from Pre – K to 12th using workbooks. Check out more here.


Bookshark goes from Pre-K through Highschool. It is based on a 4 day work schedule. It is literature based, check out more here.

Gather ‘Round Homeschool

Gather ‘Round Homeschool is a curriculum designed to be all your subjects but math for every grade from Preschool to Grade 12. It doesn’t give you extension activities, it comes with 6 individual student notebooks that vary in level and give targeted grammar, spelling, writing, art, reading & comprehension, geography, science, social studies, history, Bible, and MORE lessons. All on one central theme that you introduce in a beautiful, full-color teacher’s guide. You can order Text or digital. Check out more here.

Homeschool Complete

Homeschool Complete is a K through 4th complete curriculum that also has unit studies. Find out more here.

Living Books Curriculum

Living Books is K through 8th grade all inclusive curriculum. It is a Christian Curriculum that makes stories come alive. Check out more here.

Memoria Press

A classical Christian curriculum, Memoria Press goes from Preschool to 12th grade. Check out more here.

Moving Beyond the Page

Moving Beyond the Page is a comprehensive homeschool curriculum that covers science, social studies, and language arts. They serve ages 4 through highschool. You can find out more here.

Torchlight Curriculuu

Torchlight is a secular curriculum that serves Pre – K through 4th grade. You can check out more here.


Study.com serves high school, undergraduate and graduate school students. Find out more at Study.com.


Tinker Active Workbooks

Tinker active has individual workbooks for Science, Math and Language Arts for kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade. It is very hands on and provides stem projects along side written work.

Minecraft Workbooks

There are a bunch of Minecraft workbooks that cover Spelling, reading, and math. There is also an all inclusive that is for 3rd grade and up that covers it all.

DK workbooks

DK has a series of workbooks covering geography, science, Language arts, spelling, problem solving, math, handwriting and more. They have boos from Pre-K to 5th Grade.

Brain Quest

Brain Quest is a workbook that breaks down ELA and Math in one. They have from Preschool through 6th grade.


From Kindergarten to 8th grad, Spectrum has Reading, writing, spelling, math, language arts and test prep.

180 Days

180 days has various subjects from Kindergarten to 6th grade.

Social Studies

  • Homeschool in the Woods
  • Home School in the Woods has a wide range in history lesson bundles for Christian founded history.
  • Mystery of History
  • Mystery of History is a faith based online curriculum teaching history.

Donna Ward Canadian Schools

Donna Ward Canadian Socials is a Canadian based history course that ranges from Kindergarten to 6th Grades.

Story of the World

Story of the World uses the stories of women and men, countries and empires, rebels and rulers, peasants and presidents, to walk young readers through a continuous, chronological account of human events. The reading level of each volume increases slightly in difficulty, growing along with the developing ability of the children following the narrative thread. Volume 1 is a read-aloud for grades 1-2, an independent read for stronger readers in grades 2-5; Volume 2 is pitched towards grades 2-6; Volume 3, towards grades 3-6; and Volume 4, tackling the difficult topics of modern wars, has a reading level of grades 4-8.

Galloping the Globe

Galloping the Globe s a unit study for kindergarten through fourth grade. Focusing on the seven continents and some specific countries, this study is designed to take 1-3 years to complete; suggested schedules are included. Integrating geography, Bible, history, science, literature, and maps & flags, children will discover the famous people from each country as well as holidays and other cultural traditions. Each country has a checklist with books to read from the core reading list as well as individual picture books, biographies, websites to visit, language arts selections, appropriate Bible references and activities unique to each portion of the world.

Tapestry of Grace

Tapestry of Grace is a plan of study that helps parents provide a Christian, classical education using a guided unit study approach, with the history of the world as the core organizational theme. From Grades K–12, all students cycle through world history every four years, with all ages studying the same slice of history each week, each at their own learning level. Detailed lesson plans and discussion outlines enable parents to be their children’s primary teachers and mentors and shape their students’ biblical worldviews.

Matthew’s Kitchen Virtual Cooking classes

At Matthew’s Kitchen, you will be taken through countries or states through a background history, a couple of recipes and a craft or writing project. Each class is meant for a 12 month learning.


  • Nancy Larson Science
  • Nancy Larson Science follows in the footsteps of Saxon Math as a well-crafted conversation.
  • The same philosophy of guided inquiry that Nancy Larson brought to the successful Saxon Math Homeschool K–3 is used effectively with Nancy Larson Science Homeschool K–6. Homeschool parents can take comfort that millions of elementary school children have learned from my math and science programs.
  • Apologia Science
  • Apologia Science or Apologia Educational Ministries offers a full range of homeschool science curriculum, from elementary courses through advanced high school materials, founded upon a biblical, creationist viewpoint. Apologia’s direct conversational style textbooks and household labs are perfectly tailored to homeschoolers’ needs!
  • Answers in Genesis
  • Answers in Genesis is a Christian based science that covers all science topics.
  • Supercharged Science
  • Supercharged Science is from a former NASA scientist whose created curriculums for all types of sciences.


  • TOP PICK! Math Lessons for a Living Education is a Charlotte Mason style curriculum. They use story based lessons, worksheets, hands on activities and more to help your child learn. They are workbooks.
  • Jump uses the Common Core standards to teach. While some do use it for homeschooling, per there website, it is not recommended as a stand alone curriculum but a supplement for children in traditional school.
  • Math-U-See is a workbook with some online resources. It is a complete curriculum and also available for school use as well.
  • CTC Math is a complete curriculum where you get access to all grades, it is online and self paced.
  • Singapore is a Singapore based company. They replicated how they learn for all when it comes to math. It is workbook based.
  • Life of Fred is a textbook style of learning math. Life of Fred tries to make it un boring.
  • Saxon math  scaffolds instruction of each concept and continues to review information introduced earlier. This allows students the time and practice to retain math concepts to the level of mastery. It is workbook based.
  • Horizon is a christian based Math who has workbooks from 1st grade to 6th.
  • Teaching Textbooks is a subscription based curricula online, they have from 3rd grade and beyond.
  • Shiller Math research-based curricula, music, manipulatives, flashcards, and workbooks for students of ages 4-13 (including pre-K and pre-Algebra), with beautifully designed lessons, diagnostic tests with answer keys, songs, and Montessori-based manipulatives. 
  • Unlock Math is an online math curricula. It combines the following in a multi-sensory interactive approach that gives your child their best opportunity for math success, unlocking their hidden math potential.

Language Arts

Online Programs/Homeschool Curriculum

Free Online Resources/Programs

Unit Studies

Bible Curriculum


What to watch on netflix while homeschooling

As Promised here’s the netflix list, things do change so i apologize if its not always up to date


Llama Lama

The Pixar story

The grinch

Cat and the hat

Super monsters

Peter rabbit

Judy Moody

White fang


A wrinkle in time

Harriet the spy

Masha’s tales

Captain underpants

Goldie and bear

Super songs

Justin time

Super wings

Julies greenroom

Ask the story bots


Dream big engineering our world


Magic school bus

Magic school bus rides again

Our Planet

If i were an animal

Blue planet


Planet earth II



Growing up Wild

Dino Hunt

The day dinosaurs died

Frozen planet: polar bears

Frozen planet

The universe

Super flyers

Wild Alaska

Monkey planet


Ghost of the mountains

Natures great events

The hunt

Wild Arabia

India natures wonderland

Raising the dinosaur giant

Earths natural wonders

Natures great race

Great Yellowstone thaw

Natural born hustlers

Koko the gorilla who talks

Chasing coral

National parks adventure

Bill Nye the science guy


Cute to killer

I’ve in the blue


Roman Empire

World War II in color

Americas book of secrets

Empire games

Great British castles


The civil war

The war



Secrets of Henry VIII palace

Secrets of highclere castle


Secrets of authors the Spencer’s

Secrets of chatsworth

Horizon aaushiwitz

Vikings unearthed



The Russian revolution


Secrets of Westminster

How to win the presidency

Account of auschwitz

Nazi concentration camps

Firs face of America secrets of selfridges


Bo on the go


Abstract the art of design


The Beatles



Rolling Stones

Jimi Hendrix

Beat bugs


List of awesome YouTube Channels

Are your kids on YouTube as much as mine? I figured why not compile an awesome list of educational channels so he’s always learning


Coyote Peterson

Brave Wilderness


Nat geo

Discovery Channel

B&B Beetleworx

Sci show

Schi show kids

Animal Rescue

Wolf Conservation

Mark Rober

Backyard Scienist

MEL science


Science Max

Deep Look

Magic School Bus

All things animals TV

Bill Nye the Science guy

Chasing monsters

Scott- Manley

What’s inside

Everyday astronaut

Ants Canada


Simple History





Math antics


Art to Know with Mommy O

Art Hub


Jack Hartmann


Homeschool Pop

Dr. Binocs

Dude Perfect

Story time with Mrs. P

Crash Course

Mr. Demaio

Ted ed


Les stroud

Smarter everyday

Born different

Primitive Technology

Crazy Russian hacker

The king of random

7 second riddles

BBC earth

It’s ok to be smart

Horrible history

How to make everything

Minute earth

Minute physics

The brain scoop

Steve Spangler

Grandmas house

Donuts makes science

The odd1sout

Nerdy nummies

Space girl

Physics girl

Life hacks for kids

Good mythical morning

Kids make

Operation ouch

Sick science

Gross science

Brain craft

Science sparks

Origin of everything

How ridiculous

Life noggin

Nature league

Brightly story time

Storybook nanny


The fab. Lab

Geography now

Lobster Recipes

It’s #TuesdayTips and we are covering lobster recipes today. We love fresh lobster from Maine. I normally don’t buy lobster to cook but we found some delicious recipes to share with you. A few states in the New England area like Maine and Connecticut are well known for their lobster dishes but there are some great spots in New York as well to grab a delicious Lobster roll like Luke’s Lobster.

Easy Sous Vide Lobster Tail – Two Kooks in the Kitchen

2 lobster tails in butter in dish with tarragon

“Enjoy an impressive, succulent butter-poached sous vide lobster tail for a special occasion like Valentine’s Day, New Years or birthday celebration. Perfectly cooked every single time with just 3 simple ingredients. A truly decadent treat!” – Jenna nd Cheryl


Closeup of two lobster rolls with lemon wedges on a white platter.

“Lobster Rolls are the epitome of New England summer eats! This recipe features perfectly buttered potato rolls stuffed to the brim with fresh lobster salad. These homemade Maine lobster rolls are a fraction of the cost as what you’ll pay at a restaurant, and just as delicious” – Victoria

LOBSTER CAKES – Mission Food Adventure

A lobster cake with a bite taken out, served with a lemon wedge and zucchini slaw

“Perfect for summer, these easy lobster cakes are brimming with fresh lobster meat! A golden panko crust seals the deal on these seaside treats. Serve them as an appetizer or light lunch with a squeeze of lemon and a simple slaw or salad.” – Victoria

Lobster Fettuccine in Herbed Cream Sauce – A Taste for Travel

Two bowls of lobster fettuccine with a bottle of viognier wine.

“This Lobster Fettuccine in Herbed Cream Sauce is a restaurant-style dish that’s perfect for a celebratory dinner but easy enough for a delicious weekend meal.” – Michele


easy keto lobster bisque soup recipe pinterest image

Make your own gourmet soup at home with this easy keto lobster bisque recipe. The best part about this keto soup recipe? This homemade version is also gluten-free and only has 390 calories and 4 net carbs per serving” – Lisa


hand scooping out Cheddar lobster dip with a Mission Tortilla chip

“If you love warm dips my lobster dip is going to become one of your favorites. This creamy cheesy cheddar Lobster Dip is definitely a favorite in our home” – Dennis


fried lobster tails on a white plate with lemon slices, cocktail sauce and tartar sauce

“During my restaurant days, Fried Lobster Tails was one of the more popular specials I ran on my selections of daily specials. Served with cocktail or tartar sauce or if you’re throwing caution to the wind, melted butter.” – Dennis


How to Make a Lobster Broth

“A good lobster broth (also called lobster stock) is such a beautiful thing. Light and slightly sweet with hints of anise, thyme, white wine, and the sea, it’s the perfect base for dishes like lobster corn chowder, lobster bisque, and lobster risotto. You can also substitute it in dishes that use fish broth or clam brothsuch as a bouillabaisse or cioppino.” – Craig


“Who doesn’t love lobster? I don’t know anyone. If I did, I would immediately de-friend that person. Seriously, don’t trust anyone who doesn’t like lobster. Something is clearly wrong with them. Now, if by some chance you do know some lobster-hating weirdo, see if you can get them to try a lobster corn chowder.” – Craig


“In my new seafood cookbook, New England Soups from the Sea, I include 3 lobster soup recipes – lobster bisque, lobster corn chowder, and a Maine lobster stew. These are the 3 main types of lobster soups in New England. Without question, the Maine lobster stew recipe is the least known of the three. But it just may be the most delicious.” – Craig

Lobster and Grits with Saffron – Food Worth Feed

A bowl filled with a swirl of cream corn polenta topped with Maine lobster meat and cherry tomatoes garnished with basil, Around the bowl are more cherry tomatoes, lcracked lobster shells, basil, a spoon and a glass of white wine

“This is our go to recipe when we want to impress a dinner guest! Everyones loves a good ol’ Southern style shrimp and grits but this recipe takes a comforting classic to a whole new level! Maine lobster meat is tossed in a rich, buttery, sherry saffron sauce. Then, the saucy lobster is spooned over creamy, Southern-style grits! The dish is finished with fresh basil and best served amongst friends with a glass of white wine! So delicious!” – Scott & Taylor


The lobster tacos on a white wooden board with limes and cilantro around it.

“Put a gourmet twist on your favorite Mexican dish with a serving of these buttery lobster tacos with mango salsa! In just 20 minutes, tender, sweet lobster is cooked in a chili-lime butter sauce and then piled onto a soft, warm tortilla with your favorite toppings. Taco night never tasted so good.” – Amanda

Lobster Chowder – Cook What You Love

lobster chowder in a bowl with bread in background

“Thick, creamy, and loaded with sweet chunks of lobster, Lobster Chowder is the king of all chowders. This humble soup is chunky, hearty, and easy enough to be a weeknight meal. Grab your soup pot and make this East Coast classic for lunch or dinner today!” – Chef Jenn


Overhead view of a lobster flatbread pizza with artichokes with a slice pulled out and recipe title at top

Lobster is delicious right out of the shell, but this Lobster Artichoke Flatbread will make you realize that lobster is amazing on pizza, too!” – Sues

Easy Vegan Maine Lobster Rolls (Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free) – Strength & Sunshine

Easy Vegan Maine Lobster Rolls (Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free) | Strength and Sunshine @RebeccaGF666 Nothing screams New England summer than a lobster roll! These Easy Vegan Maine Lobster Rolls are gluten-free, allergy-free, meatless, and fit for everyone to enjoy! A simple, healthy, and delicious recipe that redefines this classic fast-food sandwich!  #lobsterrolls #sandwich #glutenfree #vegan #meatless #newengland #maine #strengthandsunshine

Nothing screams New England summer than a lobster roll! These Easy Vegan Maine Lobster Rolls are gluten-free, allergy-free, meatless, and fit for everyone to enjoy! A simple, healthy, and delicious recipe that redefines this classic fast-food sandwich! ” – Rebecca

Easy Broiled Lobster Tail – What a Girl Eats

Broiled lobster tail is a decadent, impressive, but easy-to-make dinner. The preparation isn't difficult and this meal can be made at home for a fraction of the cost of eating out. | WhatAGirlEats.com

“Broiled lobster tail is a decadent, impressive, but easy-to-make dinner. The preparation isn’t difficult, and this meal can be made at home for a fraction of the cost of eating out.” – Cynthia


A Connecticut-style lobster BLT with chips around it, a lobster claw cracker on the side and a beer in the background.

“Step up your BLT game with a gourmet twist! Served on a toasted brioche bun, this buttery Connecticut-style lobster BLT elevates a diner food classic into a mouth-watering meal worthy of company. BLTs don’t get more decadent than this” – Amanda


golden brown lobster cake garnished with lemon and parsley

“These lobster cakes are full of succulent lobster and are baked to perfection. Served with a light lemon dill yogurt sauce, this recipe is a great choice for any special occasion.” – Christie

lobster ravioli with cheesy mushroom sauce – White Kitchen Red Wine

“Whether you want to cook a fancy date-night dinner for 2 or you just picked up a bag of lobster ravioli because it looked delish – I’ve got the recipe for you! This Lobster Ravioli with Cheesy Mushroom Sauce is a 30-minute meal perfect for that store-bought ravioli.” – Sara