Dare I mess with my beloved lobster roll?
Part of what makes comfort food comfort food is its predictability. The results, net or otherwise, meet and sometimes exceed expectations. But rarely do they disappoint completely because they know not to venture too far outside the tried-and-true.
Actually, that is false. The margin for error when it comes to lobster rolls is huge. All it takes is too little mayo or a roll filled with too much rubbery claw meat or roe and I can be thrown into despondency—especially at the price of an average lobster roll.
I can live with…