The Original New England Lobster Roll Was Invented In 1920s Connecticut

One of the best things about living in New England is enjoying some of the best seafood in the world. This is especially true when thinking about the incredible delight of the lobster roll. It’s a sandwich that proves the best things aren’t always the most complex. Connecticut is often known for historical culinary firsts and the New England lobster roll is no exception. It all began in the town of Milford back in the 1920s.

Do you prefer your lobster roll warm and buttery or do you prefer a chilled lobster roll with mayo? Who do you think makes the best lobster rolls in Connecticut? Let us know in the comments.

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