When my blog friend Cuisine Kathleen issued a challenge to create an end of summer table, I thought I can’t do this. Summer comes late to Maine and leaves early, and I want to hold on to its sunlight and bright colors as long as possible.
Then serendipity stepped in as the hosts for our August gourmet gathering chose to take advantage of summer’s fleeing moments by having our dinner outside. Nothing could have been more perfect than overlooking beautiful Camden Harbor and the Camden Hills at twilight.
After an enjoyable hour catching up on all our summer activities, dinner was served. This, my friends, is a 2 pound lobster, baked and stuffed with a mixture of clams, crab, shrimp and scallops. Talk about a great way to bid farewell to summer!
As evening fell, and we were surrounded by the beauty that is Maine, we all expressed our gratitude for shared friendship and for being in a place we so love. I am a very lucky girl and very grateful to the friend who made it possible for me to share in Cuisine Kathleen’s challenge!
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