Hot Lobster Rolls prepared with Maine live Lobster is something I will plan a motorcycle road trip around. Bentley’s Saloon camp ground in Arundel, Maine is the perfect destination. Last summer, Tertia and I went up for a motorcycle camping trip, located just west of Kennebunkport, Maine.
Bentley’s camp ground caters to the motorcycle enthusiast. Everyone is so friendly. It had started to rain as we were starting to set up camp. I have a tow along camper I pull with the bike. It doesn’t take long to set up but we needed some extra shelter. Campers across the street helped us put up the canopy to keep us out of the rain.
After helping set up, our neighbors invited us over for dinner. What a meal, grilled steak tips, shrimp kabobs, Teriyaki chicken, grilled corn on the cob, hot lobster rolls, Maine live lobster of course, and plenty of beer. They wanted to use up everything before packing up and heading home. They even gave us a six-pack to end our stay. What a great way to start our trip.
After breakfast at Bentley’s Saloon the next morning, Tertia and I decided to take a ride along the coast past President Bush’s summer home. On our ride we decided to stop by Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, Maine for hot lobster rolls. Maine live lobster is the featured food on the pier. Steamed lobster, served on a grilled hot dog bun with drawn butter. It doesn’t get any easier or better than that. Of course we had to sample some lobster bisque off the pier too. Maine live lobster is at our figure tips.
Ending up back at Bentley’s after a nice day of riding we were treated to a lobster feast for only 12 dollars and met a lot of great people to enjoy our evening with. If your ever heading up route 1 in Maine, check out Bentley’s Saloon in Arundel, Maine.
Unfortunately, as with any trip, it must come to an end. We had one stop to make on our way home. To pick up Maine live lobster to make hot lobster rolls at home. After unpacking it was time to make dinner and relive our motorcycle adventure. It’s so simple; I just boiled the lobster, cut it up and served in a grilled hot dog bun with clarified butter. With the shells, I make a lobster stock to use in my lobster bisque and lobster ravioli recipes. Just a few of our other favorite recipes.