En bra söndag får gärna börja med ett Soul Cycle pass, inte innehålla ens en timme av arbete (händer kanske 1 gång i halvåret) Innehålla promenad, kolla på hus. Lunch på Clam bar, kaffe på Jack’s, samtal med bästa vänner, ett glas vin i baren på Sam’s och avslutas med pizza och pecan pie på golvet framför Tv’n
One version of a perfect Sunday could start with an early Soul Cycle class, not even one hour of work (hardly ever happens) dreaming of a new house, lunch at Clam bar, spending time with best friends, a glass of wine in the cozy bar at Sam’s and end with pizza and pecan pie on the floor in front of the Tv.
At Clam bar they were preparing for shutting down for the season but still had a couple of tables out and a lobster roll is a lobster roll, is a lobster roll..
Just lobster meat, some mayo and celery in a potato hot dog bun.(No gluten? Stuff a tomato instead) Perfect fo lunch, as a starter, as late night food, Vickning in Swedish.
For 6 buns you need
- 1 cup (2 dl) of mayo
- 1 lb. (450 g) lobster meat in small chunks
- ½ (1 dl) cup small diced celery
- Chopped fresh tarragon, just a pinch
- Lemon juice from ½ lemon
- Split hot dog rolls (it you want it just as at the shack. Brioche buns is more fancy or bake your own buns)
Put the lobster meat in a bowl. Add ¾ of the mayo, 1 tsp. of salt, the celery, tarragon and lemon juice. Toss carefully and taste. Ad some more salt if needed.
Spread some butter on the breads (hot dog buns or brioche) and toast in a frying pan on medium heat until lightly browned.
Spread the remaining mayo in the buns (on the bread) and gently stuff them generously with the lobster.