Recipe of the week: Lobster bisque en croûte

A perfectly prepared lobster bisque can be the most comforting of all comfort foods. Our version is high on flavor with plenty of richness – from the soup’s texture and taste, to our pastry cover. For those who may not be as familiar, the French term bisque refers to a smooth, creamy, highly seasoned soup, which we achieve by including stock, butter, a good roux, tomato paste and a flavorful mirepoix. Mirepoix, simply put, is a combination of diced vegetables cooked in butter or oil for an extended period of time on low heat to avoid coloring or browning, thus producing a strong flavor base. Besides chowders, bisque is one of the most popular seafood soups and can be made from lobster, crab, shrimp, or crayfish. For us, there is no more perfect bisque than one prepared with delectably tender bites of fresh lobster. Adding to this dish, is the

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