Rich, decadent and impossible to resist, this dinner brings together melt-in-your-mouth salmon filets and sweet Maine lobster tails. To start, enjoy real Maine crab cakes and homemade clam chowder. Then move on to our classic Wellington recipe, using salmon filets, enrobed in mushroom duxelles made with Parmesan cheese, white wine, cream and shallots, and a light, flaky puff pastry. Wild-caught Maine lobster tails are scrumptious grilled, baked or broiled.

Features:

  • Dinner for 2 includes:
  • 2 wild-caught Maine lobster tails (3-4 oz)
  • 2 classic salmon Wellington (8 oz)
  • 2 Maine crab cakes
  • 1 quart Maine clam chowder GF
  • Detailed cooking instructions included
  • Dinner for 4 includes:
  • 4 wild-caught Maine lobster tails (3-4 oz)
  • 4 classic salmon Wellington (8 oz)
  • 4 Maine crab cakes
  • 1 quart Maine clam chowder GF
  • Detailed cooking instructions included
  • Dinner for 6 includes:
  • 6 wild-caught Maine lobster tails (3-4 oz)
  • 6 classic salmon Wellington (8 oz)
  • 6 Maine crab cakes
  • 2 quarts Maine clam chowder GF
  • Detailed cooking instructions included

Review: "Just wanted to thank you for the quick delivery, well-packaged item, and delicious seafood. I will be ordering from you again. Thanks!" —Sandy, VA

Recipe/Prep tips:

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