recipes

Baked PEI Lobster & Brie Dip

Chef Michael Smith’s Lobster Corn Chowder

Chipotle Lobster Avocado Wrap

Classic Lobster Sub

Grilled PEI Lobster Tails with Garlic-Lime Butter

Lobster Bisque

Lobster Cobb Salad

Lobster Filled Potatoes

Lobster Mac and Cheese

Lobster Pasta with Lobster Sauce

Lobster Ravioli in a Sweet Corn and Asparagus Cream Sauce

Lobster Roll with Browned Butter + Chives

Lobster Roll with Lemon Aioli + Dill

Lobster Tacos with Mango Cucumber Salsa

Mango-Green Curry Lobster

PEI Lobster and COWS Cheddar Dip

PEI Lobster and Mussel Chowder with Baby Red Potatoes

PEI Lobster Avocado Toast

Seafood Boil

Steak with Lobster Dill Cream Sauce

Surf n Turf Lobster and Beef Burger with Crispy Oven Fries

Thai Coconut PEI Lobster

Whole Cooked Lobster

Do You Know Lobster?

It takes 5 to 7 years for a lobster to grow to legal size or about one pound.

True – Reaching One Pound Takes 5 to 7 Years

To reach one pound of weight, it takes 5-7 years. The legal size for catching lobster is based on the physical size of the lobster, but legally sized lobsters are normally close to one pound. Lobsters that have not reached the legal size are returned to the water. This limit is vigorously enforced in Prince Edward Island, and is a key component of ensuring the lobster fishery is sustainable.