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Cook shells in boiling...with cold water. Chop lobster (small pieces) while partially frozen . Melt butter. Saute...375 degrees for 30-35 minutes.

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Brian, we just had these in January (a Christmas gift). They were easy and great. Thaw them in cold water - shouldn't take more than a couple of hours. Then split them and sprinkle w/ salt and pepper and brush w/ minced garlic and olive oil. Grill (best) or broil, shell side down, for about 10
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