I'm not hating on the classic lobster roll or surf n' turf, but lobster deserves to be more than a sandwich stuffer or co-star to filet mignon. Cue: Watermelon. This crunchy, irresistibly sweet (if you buy it in season) fruit is the perfect counterpoint to lobster's tender meat. I've paired these two ingredients in a summer salad for an easy dinner. All that's missing is a glass of rose.
Nothing says summer quite like watermelon, but most people only eat it as a stand alone fruit. If you are a busy mom like me, you are always looking for new and interesting ways to feed your family and adding fruit to salads is one of the easiest ways to give your salads a boost with texture, color and best of all, taste.