Thursday, October 25, 2007

Bangor to Peabody


We are back in the 'burbs of Boston, having driven down from Bangor via the coastline until we got near Portland, Maine. We stopped and had our main meal, a Lobster Roll, and it was out-of-this-world.

For the uninitiated, a Lobster Roll is a bunch of steamed lobster meat tossed in mayonnaise and set inside a grilled bun that resembles a hot dog bun without the crust on top and bottom. It is absolutely delicious.

Tomorrow at the BCOD* we pick up the girls and on to the B & B in Salem.

There is a quilt shop in Salem. Imagine that!

6 comments:

Nancy said...

I am SO glad you liked the lobster roll! We have SUCH fond memories of them . . . .

Susan said...

It sounds as if you are having a wonderful time, at least until you have to get up so early tomorrow morning! Hope you make the quilt shop stop, though!

Karrin Hurd said...

The lobster roll is one of the things I want to taste in my life. Has always sounded wonderful.

CarmiƱa said...

Hello,
I know it's delicious.
I would like to eat one now. mmmm

Finn said...

Hi Ms. Jan, your road trip sounds wonderful and tasty too! Hope you made it to the quilt shop! Hurry home soon. Hugs, Finn

Samantha said...

I am drooling like mad. One of the things i miss most about living in MA is a good, real lobster roll. And good fried clams. and, I have to stop typing now before I ruin the keyboard with drool!