Boiled Lobsters

July/August 2013

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This boiled lobster recipe tells you all you need to cook lobster at home: a big pot, a pair of gloves to protect your hands, some lobster crackers (or kitchen shears) and small forks to help you get the sweet meat out of the shell. Plan on one 1- to 1 1/4-pound lobster per person. Store them for up to 24 hours in a ventilated container at the back of the bottom shelf of your refrigerator.

Boiled Lobsters

1 Review for Boiled Lobsters

This is my new go to dip!!

I use this for everything that I originally used butter on like clams, crab legs, etc. The other night for dinner I made it with artichokes and it was even great on them!! I have a very picky husband and he is a firm believer in his butter but I have been making this and I have had no complaints!!


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