Monday, August 25, 2014

Lobster Bisque Soup

I absolutely love Classic Creamy Lobster Bisque Soup! I Got Mine @ Publix and OMG, it is slightly decadent, definitely delicious, and perhaps out of this World!

Publix lobster bisque soup
Publix Lobster Bisque Soup
Photographed by JaguarJulie in Brooksville, FL.

Classic and creamy Lobster Bisque soup from Publix! I surely do think that I died and went to heaven! I am experiencing something that is truly out of this world; loaded with OMG F-L-A-V-O-R!!! I tell you folks, I cannot make a Lobster Bisque Soup that is any better than the kind that I can buy at my local Publix! No sirreee Bob.

Here is the proof about what I am talking about! Take a look at that picture ... Publix Lobster Bisque! You know, I actually bought two of these packages. I was shopping at Publix for something special for New Years Eve and New Years Day. When I saw that the lovely people of Publix had put their Lobster Bisque on sale, 2 for $7.00, well, I was on IT! I bought 2 -- so that Mom, Al and moi, could experience a little bit of heaven with our New Years Day meal.

P.S. Folks! First of all, one package normally sells for $4.99 -- so I'm not buying that everyday. Secondly, hmmm! The carton says 1 serving is 520 calories with total fat of some 46 grams! Holy Smokes, that is DECADENT!

Tell us please, have YOU actually experienced Lobster Bisque Soup?
  • Yes I have -- love it!
  • Yes, tried it and love it; but haven't tried Publix yet!
  • Oh, tried it and really didn't develop a taste for it.
  • Hmmm, I make the very BEST Lobster Bisque Soup folks! 
Publix Lobster Bisque Soup carton wrapper

Contains: Milk, Soy, Wheat and Shellfish (Lobster).
Distributed by Publix Super Markets, Inc., Lakeland, Florida 33802 – publix.com
Publix Guarantee: Complete satisfaction or your money back.

Publix Lobster Bisque Soup heating instructions

Heating Instructions:
1. Remove tamper evident plastic film from soup tub and discard.
2. Place soup tub on microwave safe plate in center of microwave.
3. Heat for 60 seconds. Stir.
4. Continue heating in 30-45 second increments until desired temperature is reached.
5. Caution: Product will be hot — carefully remove soup tub from microwave on plate.
6. Let stand for 1 minute — serve and enjoy!

Publix Lobster Bisque Soup Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts:

Serving Size: 10 ox. (283g)
Servings Per Container: About 1 [I'll share!]
Calories: 520
Calories from Fat: 410

Total Fat: 46g [70%!!!]
Saturated Fat: 29g [143% -- oops!]
Trans Fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 185mg [61% -- I've got the meds!]
Sodium: 1090mg [45%]
Total Carbohydrate: 14g [5%]
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Sugars: 6g
Protein: 8g

Publix Lobster Bisque Soup in a bowl

I don't yet have my own recipe for a lobster bisque soup to share with my readers, but I do have another recipe! It's for some delicious she crab soup that I've recently made.

Delicious She Crab Soup Recipe
4 tablespoons butter
2 stalks of celery finely chopped
2 green onions finely chopped
2 tablespoons flour
2 cups milk
1-1/2 cups whipping cream
1 cup fish stock
1-1/2 pounds she crabmeat gently flaked
1/4 cup sherry
Spices to taste: black pepper, salt and Hungarian paprika



Directions: In your favorite pot for cooking soup, first melt the butter. Add the chopped celery and green onions, letting them saute slowly until just tender. Slowly add in the flour, stirring until you have a smooth mixture. Gently stir in the milk, whipping cream and fish stock. Allow your mixture to blend together on the low heat. The best part is adding the flaked crabmeat and sherry. Do not boil, but allow your she crap soup to simmer. Add spices to suit your taste — black pepper and salt with a dash of Hungarian paprika on top when serving.


Publix Lobster Bisque Soup 2 packages

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History: Classic Creamy Lobster Bisque Soup was originally created on Squidoo by JaguarJulie on January 1, 2011. Highest lensrank ever achieved: #22,791 overall. Lens #769 in the quest for Giant Squid 800 Club.

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