National Lobster Day

National Lobster DayNational Lobster Day

Melt up some butter and get the pot on to boil, it’s National Lobster Day on September 25th. 

What was once so abundant it was purchased in bulk by the state to feed the incarcerated is now a luxury that most only ever have for special occasions if ever at all. However, overfishing and the rise in popularity of the crustacean in culinary and social circles saw the perception and the price change dramatically. 

The difficulty of raising lobster the way many other types of fish are farmed also makes the price of their meat remain high. Lobsters, like the majority of ocean creatures, are incredibly difficult to raise and maintain healthily in captivity. 

Though lobster tail is a common menu item on its own, the prize of the lobster is the tender claw meat. However, no matter what part of the lobster you prefer, you’ll still get the nutritional benefits of a large amount of selenium and omega-3 fatty acids.

So whether you prefer yours lightly seasoned with lemon or absolutely drenched in melted butter, be sure to crack open one of these tasty crustaceans on September 25th for National Lobster Day.

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