1. Lobster rolls
When lobster season hits, it’s difficult to resist a mouth-watering roll overflowing with chunks of tender lobster meat. You’ve all clearly partaken in a few while waiting for vacation season to begin. (We’re almost there, promise!)
2. Grilled Tomahawk Steak
For your first cookout of the season, you want to go big. And there’s nothing bigger than this practically prehistoric tomahawk steak. It’s perfect for sharing, and all it requires is a simple dry rub and only a small number of other ingredients.
3. Simplified Lobster Bisque
With the price of lobster being a bit on the higher side this year, we know that you want to get the most out of your crustacean. This recipe is a great way to use both the lobster meat and shell, which is why you all ran to it in droves!
Soups and broths
4. Basic Sautéed Fiddleheads
Fiddlehead season is very short—only a few weeks during spring—so there is only a small window to enjoy them. If you’ve never cooked with fiddleheads before, this simple recipe is a good place to start.
Vegetables and gratinees
5. Steamed Lobster with Garlic Flower and Lemon Butter
Lobster and butter go hand in hand, but we’ve elevated the latter by adding lemon and garlic flower (or garlic scapes). This has been a tried and true recipe for years, and it remains a popular dish each and every summer.
6. Clemence’s Lemonade
A tall glass of lemonade is what many of us crave during the hotter months. And given that we’ve had record-breaking temperatures during the month of May, it’s likely the reason this refreshing recipe garnered many clicks.
Non-alcoholic drinks and mocktails
7. Caesar Salad (The Best)
Romaine lettuce, croutons, creamy dressing… That’s all you need to make the perfect Caesar salad, right? Wrong! There are so many more elements to making a best-ever Caesar—from the right number of yolks in the dressing to adding a pop of flavour with the help of capers—that you’ll never go back to another version of this salad again.
8. Classic Macaroni Salad
We developed this specific pasta salad recipe for the holiday season, but that’s the beauty of it: It can be enjoyed year-round! In the summertime, pasta salads are a great side dish for grilled meats and can be brought along to an afternoon picnic.
9. Smoked Salmon Greek Yogurt Dip
This savoury dip is our ode to the classic bagel and lox. Instead of cream cheese, we opted for a lighter Greek yogurt, combining it with the salmon, dill and other ingredients. Served with bagel chips, we’re glad you all seemed to love this newer recipe on our site.
Dips and salty spreads
10. Grilled Lobster with Lemon and Herbs
Herbs and lemon bring a certain brightness and freshness to lobster. Both the oil and mayonnaise include these two ingredients, making this the most unbelievable lobster meal you’ve ever had.