Definition of Lobster newburg
1. Noun. Lobster in Newburg sauce served on buttered toast or rice.
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Literary usage of Lobster newburg
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1. The Practical Hotel Steward by John Tellman (1913)
"... Celery Olives Broiled pompano Saratoga potatoes Boiled capon Roast beef Spring lamb Sweetbreads lobster newburg Mashed and boiled potatoes New asparagus ..."
2. The Peerless Cook Book by Mary Johnson Lincoln (1901)
"lobster newburg. No. 2. — Pick all the meat from two good- sized, ... lobster newburg. No. 3. — Cut the meat of a large freshly boiled lobster into small ..."
3. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"lobster newburg. TVo boiled lobsters removed from shells and cut into small pieces, 1 pint of cream, 1 tablespoon of butter and 1 tablespoon of flour. ..."
4. The Cook Book, by "Oscar" of the Waldorf by Oscar Tschirky (1896)
"Lobster, Newburg. Pick all the meat from the shells of two good sized freshly boiled lobsters, and cut it into one-inch pieces, which place in a saucepan ..."
5. What We Cook on Cape Cod (1911)
"Form i to balls and roll in flour; fry in smoking hot deep fat. These can be made into cakes and fried in pork fat.—[Mrs. EA Handy. lobster newburg. ..."
6. Miss Parloa's Kitchen Companion: A Guide for All who Would be Good Housekeepers by Maria Parloa (1887)
"lobster newburg. If provision is to be made for six or eight persons, use the meat of a lobster weighing about four pounds, or that of two small lobsters, ..."