Cooked lobster can be reheated through a variety of methods that preserves its taste and texture. The recommended methods include steaming, microwaving, grilling and...
Total Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4 servings
Level: Easy Cuisine: Northeastern American
Fill a large stockpot about half full of water. Add the salt and bring to a boil. When the water has come to a rolling boil, plunge the lobsters headfirst into the pot. Clamp the lid back on tightly and return the water to a boil over high heat. Reduce More »
Maine lobsters are harvested year-round, but seasonal peaks and dips occur. ...
Steaming is more gentle cooking technique that yields slightly more tender meat
Jun 3, 2015 ... Steaming is more gentle cooking technique that yields slightly more tender meat.
It preserves a little more flavor and it's more forgiving on the ...
You can start the lobsters
in cold water but do not begin timing until the water comes to a boil. • Lobster
connoisseurs claim the female lobster
meat is more tender and often has the coral or eggs. When the meat turns opaque, it is done and should be immediately remo... More »
Aug 13, 2010 ... A visual guide with instructions to boiling and eating fresh New England lobster.
Learn how to cook live lobster and lobster tails with these step-by-step directions
with pictures. Cook lobster like they do in the restaurants with these lobster ...
Oct 22, 2012 ... University of Maine Cooperative Extension, with the UMaine Lobster Institute,
identifies distinctive lobster characteristics, and shows how to ...
Aug 26, 2013 ... We take a live Pembrokeshire lobster,dispatch it and then grill it,served with a
herb butter sauce.WARNING,very graphic scenes of the lobster ...
Boiling lobster is the certainly easiest way to cook lobster and a great way to
enjoy the flavor of a fresh live lobster. The meat of a boiled lobster also pulls