I like lobster alright but it's not worth the price to me. My mom would kill for it though! I personally love crab legs, and they are worth the $$ to me.
Last night I baked wild sockeye salmon fillets with a little lime juice, salt, garlic, and topping of sauteed mushrooms and green onions. Had a big pretty side salad.
I know how it goes getting bored with the normal stuff you cook. I do lots and lots of stirfry. Anytime I'm out of ideas and in a hurry it's stir fry.
Usually with chicken or elk. And mix up what flavors I use, usually an oriental sauce that comes with the veggie mix (I'm lazy and buy it bagged and frozen), or plain soy sauce, or it is SO awesome with Yoshidas, especially elk or deer. Served on brown rice.
Lately I've been on a southern food kick. Been making a lot of jambalaya, awesome rich soups, love the flavor, I'm addicted to cajun cooking. If you want some recipes let me know.
Then there are always the old family favorites to pull out occasionally: Mom's Chicken Curry Divan (a super casserole), Mexican Lasagna, Swedish Meatballs over rice.
I've made some other good soups recently, a ham and bean and a green chili with white beans (I used rabbit, but the recipe calls for chicken).