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Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines: Season 8, Episode 2

by Magnolia
Published on June 28, 2024

Joanna Gaines holding basket of hushpuppies

Lobster Rolls

There's something special about a seafood spread in the summertime. It can feel casual, yet elevated, and just right for the season at hand. In this episode, Jo shares her go-to recipe for Lobster Rolls, inspired by her honeymoon with Chip on the East Coast, along with other dishes that are rich in both flavor and experience.

On the side, Jo pairs classic Hush Puppies and a delicious Wedge Salad drizzled with Blue Cheese Dressing, one of Chip’s all-time favorites. To end on a sweet note, she makes Cherries Jubilee, a classic combination of cherries, sugar, orange juice, and rum. It’s flambéed, then served over creamy vanilla bean ice cream.

Cheers to a fresh fare…and cherries to top it off!


Lobster Rolls

from Magnolia Table, Volume 3

steamed (or boiled) lobster tails tossed with fresh herb-infused butter on a lightly toasted bun

Joanna Gaines' Lobster Rolls

Hush Puppies with Homemade Tartar Sauce

from Magnolia Table, Volume 3

fried sweet-yet-savory cornmeal served with a dill tartar sauce

Joanna Gaines' Hush Puppies with Homemade Tartar Sauce

Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

from Magnolia Table, Volume 3

iceberg lettuce wedges topped with diced tomatoes, bacon crumbles, and blue cheese

Joanna Gaines' Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

Cherries Jubilee

sweet cherries simmered with orange and almond, topped with rum and flambéed

Joanna Gaines' Cherries Jubilee

Watch Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines on Magnolia Network—or stream episodes on Max and discovery+.

Two small bread baskets
Gray Magnolia baking dish
Two green Magnolia mixing bowls

Serve up a fresh, seafood spread with these essentials, as seen on the show: