The roll was made just like a normal lobster from Red Hook Lobster Pound, except, you know, it's enormous.
It's all claw and knuckle meat, plus lots and lots of scallions, paprika, and lemon juice. Holding this thing together was the hardest part. Instead of the traditional New England-style top-split hot dog buns, it was made with two brioche loaves, buttered and toasted on a flat top grill.
All in all, it's like 20 normal lobster rolls in one bun. Which is really just like five or six more than you normally consume in one sitting, right?