A Lobsters Point of View

June 10, 2007 1 Comment

Cooking Cartoon - A lobsters point of view

Lobster Thoughts

Here’s my latest Reluctant Gourmet Cooking Cartoon featuring the Reluctant Gourmet and his mischievous lobster friend lost in their own thoughts. I hope you enjoy it.

And speaking of lobster, I recently wrote an article called, How to Buy Live Maine Lobster and Not Get Ripped Off. It’s a great read if you are thinking about buying and preparing lobster for dad this Father’s Day. And from what I hear from my lobster selling friends, now is a great time to be buying lobster with prices down from the winter.

And be sure to check out my post called 10 Facts About Lobster You May Not Know

Tee shirts, aprons & other fun stuff

I have printed some of these cartoons on tee shirts and other fun stuff at Zazzle . If you don’t see the cartoon you want, let me know and I will try to get it up there for you. They make great gifts for your favorite “reluctant” gourmet.

Use of cartoons

All of my cartoons including this one are copyrighted so please do not use them in any way without permission.

A Little Rock Lobster

In the meantime, while your enjoying my humorous cartoon with the annoyed lobster, why not enjoy a little Rock Lobster by the B-52’s. It’s a classic.


Boiled Red Lobster

Online Sources: Lobster & Lobster Tails

Convenience - Selections - Quality - Gift Giving - Corporate Events

So the old adage, "Buyer Beware" really rings true when it comes to buying live lobster . Unless you have a lot of disposable income, serving live lobster is an extravagant treat for a special occasion. Be careful to buy the best product you can afford so you don't end up with an inferior product. The links below are affiliate links.

Lobster Anywhere

I recommend you visit Lobster Anywhere for lobsters & lobster tails. They have a huge selection of lobster tails from all over the world. They also have a selection of gift certificates for great personal and corporate gifts. This way the person you are giving the certificate to can decide when they want to eat their lobster. For over three decades, LobsterAnywhere.com has provided live Maine lobsters and premium seafood to white tablecloth restaurants, hotels, and large institutions throughout the United States. They established an unparalleled reputation for serving customers with discerning taste. If you want live Maine lobsters, and fresh seafood delivered overnight for your business or special event, you can count on LobsterAnywhere.com to deliver.


The Crab Place

Know for their crabs but another great resource for live Maine lobsters and other seafood. Greg Cain started CrabPlace.com in 1997 in Crisfield, Maryland, America’s seafood capital by selling and shipping fresh Maryland crab caught daily by local watermen. Their unique packing and delivery processes kept crabs at their freshest, and our satisfied customer base grew quickly. They expanded to selling live Maine lobsters and lobster tails and pride themselves on delivering fresh seafood from the dock to your door, and to your table. They are committed to ensuring that their service is as outstanding as their food. Your complete satisfaction is their goal, and they back that up with their CrabPlace.com Guarantee.

Live Maine Lobsters

Lobster Gram

Lobster Gram is one of the biggest names in the online lobster market. Fresh “From Our Shore To Your Door®” since 1987, Lobster Gram has worked tirelessly to stay true to its roots and earn the reputation for being the #1 Lobster, Seafood and Gourmet Food Gift Delivery company in the country. Lobster Gram has never wavered from its core values of providing a great gourmet experience to its customers through our carefully selected product line that specializes in lobsters, seafood, steaks and more.


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  1. Luanne Ahlbrand says:

    looking forward to receiving your emails as to what is happening off the coast of Maine and NH. I was just in Hampton last week-end…lovely of course. Cool, too.

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