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Lobster roll: ‘Woks and rolls’ are the next frontier of cooking

The Lobster Roll is the newest culinary craze.

The popular dish is made with a combination of chicken, shrimp, oysters, lobster, and vegetables and it’s served at restaurants across the U.S. and in Europe.

For those unfamiliar with the dish, it’s basically an egg roll that consists of a piece of chicken breast and shrimp cooked together in a bowl of oil.

“I think people have forgotten how good this is,” said Kevin Gossett, a chef and restaurateur in Washington, D.C. “You can make it with whatever you want, you can use whatever ingredients you want.

And I’ve always been a fan of the lobster roll, so when I saw the lobster rolls in restaurants in Europe and Asia, I had to try it.”

The lobster roll is one of the most popular foods in Europe because it’s such a versatile dish.

Its popularity is largely due to its simplicity, according to Gossetts family.

He says people enjoy the simplicity of the dish.

“The food is always so simple and so tasty, and the best thing about it is it doesn’t have a lot of ingredients,” Gossets told The Daily Meal.

As he was researching his recipe, Gosset realized that he could also make the dish with other ingredients such as butter and cream.

So he started with the most basic ingredients and refined them to the point where the dish could be delicious.

While the ingredients have to be relatively simple, he said, it still tastes good.

“People want the simplicity.

People want the easy ingredients,” he said.

After cooking the lobster with butter and other ingredients, he then added salt, pepper, and a little bit of garlic.

Once the lobster was cooked, he mixed it with onions and garlic.

Then he added a little flour and a bit of pepper to make the rolls more crumbly and creamy. 

After the rolls were baked, he rolled them in the butter and topped them with chopped scallions.

With all the ingredients added, he also added some fresh basil and a splash of vinegar to make it a bit savory.

Then he added more butter and more vinegar to bring the sauce to a slightly sweet, sweet, and sour finish.