With lobster, oysters, and fresh sweet corn on the grill, creamy shrimp chowder, potato and iceberg salads, baked beans, and more, this menu of classic coastal New England delights is perfect for entertaining outdoors this summer.
Going out for Chinese dim sum is one of our favorite brunch excursions — the clatter of the carts, the endless plates of dumplings and steamed buns — but sometimes a leisurely morning in your own kitchen is what beckons most. Have the best of both worlds with this brunch menu of shrimp dumplings, pork bao, fresh spring rolls, and more.
Lighter and less bitter than molasses, cane syrup is a natural sweetener that lends a subtle caramel flavor to these grilled shrimp, spiced also with Worcestershire and cayenne. The glaze does double duty here as a dipping sauce for the shrimp.