Whether you're in the mood for luscious lobster rolls, grilled salmon burgers, dainty smoked salmon tea sandwiches, a po'boy, or an extra-special tuna sandwich, you'll find the perfect recipe here.
Top-split buns are the time-honored choice for lobster rolls, but side-split buns can be used instead. While purists may insist on only mayonnaise or melted butter to dress the lobster meat, we think that some fresh chives and tarragon are a delicious addition.
Meaty chopped tuna comes together with garlic, sesame oil, anchovy, and basil in a flavorful patty. Grill to your preference -- just three to four minutes for rare, up to 8 minutes per side for well-done -- and top with pickled ginger, easy-to-make wasabi mayonnaise, and your choice of bun.
All the ingredients of the famous salad -- green beans, tomatoes, olives, hard-cooked eggs, and tuna -- are piled onto a baguette for a perfect picnic lunch. To save time, you could use store-bought sun-dried tomato tapenade instead of making the tomato-olive spread from scratch.