End of Summer Cookout

End of Summer Cookout

Mark Murrell

Labor Day weekend is a celebration of the end of summer. School is back in session, no more sand between your toes, and traffic has started to wane. Life starts to get back to normal. Let's go out with a bang --- here are some ideas on how you can create a championship menu.

APPETIZERS

Here are some tasty nibblers that will have your friends, family, and loved one toasting you for a Labor Day feast to remember.

  • Fresh Grilled OystersOur oysters are harvest from the pristine waters of the Damariscotta river. Maine oyster farmers obsess about every stage of the lifecycle of an oyster. That's Maine is considered top places in the world for this trendy delicacy. Try our Grilled Oyster Recipe >
  • Grilled Lobster Tails: Split lobster tails on the grill are great for cookouts. Super easy to prepare and ready in 5 - minutes! CLICK HERE for lobster tail grilling tips >
  • Scallop BitesFresh Maine scallops, seared to a golden brown and resting on a freshly cooked parmasean crisp. Heaven in your mouth. CLICK HERE to view recipe >
  • Bacon-wrapped Lobster BitesBacon. Lobster. A Grill. Do I really need to say more? CLICK HERE to view recipe >

MAIN(e) COURSE

 - Egg was found by Mary from Louisiana at 1:22 PM on 4/6.

DESSERTS

Around here, it’s all about the Whoopie (not that!) --- Whoopie Pies. A whoopie pie is like a sandwich, but made with two soft cookies with a fluffy white filling. Traditional ones are made with vegetable shortening, not butter. The original and most commonly made whoopie pie is chocolate.