These elegant and unusual tamales are celebration-worthy! The masa dough may be made up to three days in advance, and the sauce may be made earlier in the day and gently re-warmed. It can be fun to have guests help fill, fold and tie the tamales—or you can get them ready several hours ahead and steam them just before serving.
Not all deviled eggs are made the same way. These luxurious version of the standard appetizer uses lobster meat and truffle salt to elevate the classic dish. The addition of the Parmesan crisp may seem like gilding the lily but they are so easy to make that you might as well go all out and make them for a stunning presentation and nibbly bite.
Lobster Newburg is a classic New York dish made popular in Delmonico’s, a Manhattan restaurant established in 1827. This luxurious dish, with lobster, butter, cream, sherry, brandy and thickened with egg yolk, was the epitome of upscale fine dining, became incredibly popular with the after-theater crowd in New York. The addition of the vanilla in a savory crepe sounds odd, but vanilla works with seafood and shellfish like lobster. Don’t be put off by the ingredients or name, as both the crepe and the Lobster Newburg filling are much easier to make than they sound.
You can make the rolls early in the day, but do not cut them. Store the sushi rolled wrapped closely with damp (not wet) paper towel.
This luxurious dish signals a special occasion. To present it at its finest, save small fan-shaped pieces of the shell to garnish the plate. The sauce may be drizzled on the plate with a spoon or squeeze bottle or placed in a small bowl on each plate.
This luscious dish celebrates the rich, subtly sweet flavor of the lobster meat. One large 3-pound lobster will yield about 12 ounces of cooked meat.
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