How Do You (Lobster) Roll?

Let us count the ways –– eight, to be exact –– that you can concoct the classic seaside sandwich.

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Ben Sargent's Lobster Roll

Ben's buttery lobster rolls gained a cult following after he started to sell them from his Brooklyn apartment, earning him the nickname of Dr. Klaw. The once top-secret recipe — which calls for a simple mayo dressing — nails the seaside sandwich on the head.

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Light Lobster Roll

Adorn your lobster with a bright lemon-basil oil instead of mayonnaise to let the natural sweetness of the meat shine through.

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Lobster Roll

Even though this roll comes from Portland Lobster Company, it's done Connecticut-style: served warm with melted butter.

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Ed's Lobster Roll

Ed's celery-studded lobster salad is piled high into buttered hot dog buns and garnished with chives.

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Lobster Rolls

Infuse your lobster with ocean flavor by boiling it in salted water. Brush the buns with melted butter and grill until they're golden-brown to give your sandwich true New England style.

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Lobster Roll

This lightened-up version of the classic features lobster that's tossed in Greek yogurt and then wedged into a whole-wheat roll: all the seaside flavor, minus the guilt.

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Lobster Roll

In this roll a generous coating of lemon aioli and chopped tarragon brings out the best in fresh lobster meat, and diced cucumbers add a bit of crunch.

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Lobster Roll

Mayo-covered lobster is brightened with a dash of lemon juice, then mixed with minced chives and celery for an extra boost of flavor.

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