According to “Epicurious”, Lobster Newburg started at Delmonico’s in New York City. That a man named Ben Wenburg (or Wenberg) who visited there often came up with the Lobster dish. That at the time was actually named for him on the menu. When later he had a fight with the restaurant they changed the dish’s name to Lobster Newburg. If you wish to see or make the recipe check below and click on the link. I cannot wait to try making this myself!
This is a Thin Style Women's b. ella Lightweight Collection Sock. It is a Cozy Cotton Blend with a Funky Seaside theme that matches the Men's Newburg Sock! This Sock starts with a background of Navy Blue. The Heels and Toes are Denim Blue. From the Cuff of Navy 2 inches starts a thin Horizontal Row of Maroon. These Rows are not the same size. A larger Denim, Navy, White, Denim, Large Row of White, Denim, Navy, Large Denim and a Thin Row of Maroon. On Top of these Rows is a Maroon Lobster. The Top of the Foot and In Step are Navy and the Rows begin again. Thin Maroon, Large Denim, Navy, Thin White, Denim, Maroon, Denim, Thin White and Navy finishes the pattern to the Toe.
Women's Sock Size 9-11
Fits Shoe Size 5-10
Made in USA of Imported Yarns
02% Other Fiber
Cold Gentle Cycle No Bleach
Tumble Dry Low Temp
Lobster Newburg Recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Lobster-Newburg-11057