Lobster Stew

Lobster Stew

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Our signature product is loaded with big chunks of Maine lobster meat—more than a whole lobster in every quart. Made with heavy cream, butter, milk, and subtle spices, this hearty and rich award winner is sure to impress even the most discerning of palates.

  • You Will Receive:
    One Container (32 oz.)
    Two Containers (32 oz. each)

    Ships Frozen
    Gluten Free

    • 2007 Winner for "Outstanding Soup, Bean or Chili" International Fancy Food Show.

    Preparation Instructions: Keep frozen until ready to use. Thaw in refrigerator overnight or for several hours. Pour into saucepan or double-boiler and warm over medium heat until it begins to simmer. Do not boil. Remove from heat and serve with your favorite crackers or crusty bread. Do not microwave.

    Ingredients: Heavy cream, Lobster, Whole milk , Lobster base (cooked lobster, salt, maltodextrin, hydrolyzed corn protein, whey, lobster extract, butter oil, autolyzed yeast extract, tomato paste, onion powder, dehydrated potato flakes, extracts of paprika, natural butter flavor, spice extractives, garlic powder, saffron), Butter (cream, salt), Water, Tomato paste (tomato paste, salt, spices, natural flavors, citric acid), Sugar, Paprika, Black pepper. Contains: milk, shellfish (lobster). Made in a facility that also uses egg, soy, fish, wheat, tree nuts. May contain shell fragments.

    Nutritional Information: Serving size: 1 cup (225g). Calories 550. Calories from fat 470. Total fat 54g. Saturated fat 33g. Trans fat 0g. Cholesterol 255mg. Sodium 660mg. Total carbohydrate 6g. Dietary fiber 0g. Sugars 2g. Protein 12g.

    Shelf Life: Please refrigerate or freeze upon receipt. Refrigerated shelf life is 4 days. Frozen shelf life is 12 months.

    Cundy's Harbor is our hometown and is Maine's oldest (1841) commercial lobstering village. With about 500 year-round residents, the unspoiled harbor continues to be a working waterfront with lobster boats and other fishing vessels.

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    Posted by Edward Murphy | Mar 3, 2011
    We have a place on Maine's coast 15 minutes by boat from Cundys...when I'm out there I always make a batch of lobster stew...thought I'd come up with the best version ever..then my sister sent me a quart of Hancock's stew for Christmas...incredibly delicious, mine pales in comparison. Time for me to tinker with my recipe...what is your secret??
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    Posted by Hawk Hamilton | Jan 5, 2011
    I grew up on the east coast and since I moved to California have been trying to find a legit company that makes great lobster bisque. I bought the Fogged In Soup Sampler and can not be more happy. HUGE chunks of lobster in this stew. I served it as an opener for christmas dinner and everyone loved it! Bravo!
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    Posted by A Hale | Jan 9, 2008
    We Californians had a chilly Christmas this year, and one of our daughters, sent us the Maine Lobster gift basket. First we enjoyed the lobster stew..large pieces of lobster, then the lobster cakes, and finally the lobster pies..Such wonderful tastes. We thanked our daughter so much for the very thoughtful gift. I would highly recomend the gift baskets to anyone, for any occasion.