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SMOKED LOBSTER!!!!! - Page 2

post #21 of 29

Hey Leah, great smoke!


And sorry if I missed this if you answered, but did you throw it on the smoker alive?




post #22 of 29
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Hi Mike and thanks very much! Yes, I put the lobsters onto the smoker live, when they are very fresh, and they turn out beautifully!


Happy Tuesday to you!!!!!!!


Cheers! - Leah

post #23 of 29

Well, I guess we'll see if there are any PETA members on this site!


I wonder if there's a faster way to dispose of the big guy without compromising the integrity of the smoke. Quick knife through the brain?


Either way, this just got jumped to the top of the to-do list for a special meal! Thanks for sharing!

post #24 of 29
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Hi Mike. When grilling lobster, I do that and slice them in half and grill the halves. I find when smoking them, that placing the fresh lobster on in tact and without any slicing is best.


In any event, enjoy!!!


Cheers! - Leah

post #25 of 29
Delicious looking bug Leah!! When I lived in the keys many years ago they had a 13 pounder at the local store. Expensive booger almost thought about buying her but was cheaper and a lot more fun to dive my own. Great meal thanks for sharing as always beautiful plating.
post #26 of 29
Sorry I missed this post..quite the dance partner you have there Leah. In all my trips back down to Nova Scotia, don't think I ever saw anything that big coming off the boats. Nice and great looking meal
post #27 of 29
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Thank you Brooksy! And v8trdude too!


Yes, when it comes to lobster, (and papayas, which I eat every morning), I like them to be enormous!


I'm glad you enjoyed this!


Sounds like you both have had your fair share of lovely crustaceans too!


Happy midweeek!!!!!!!!!! Cheers! - Leah

post #28 of 29

That lobster looks amazing! No doubt a slow death for the poor thing. LOL You've inspired me to try smoking some dungeness crabs which are far more common here in the NW. One question, what is the tomalley? I'm guessing it's a part that I would have otherwise threw out and not know what I was missing which is why I ask.

Edited by mutterback - 11/24/14 at 8:27pm
post #29 of 29
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Thank you Mutterback!


The tomalley, is the luscious green mousse textured loveliness in the center (creamy & dreamy picture here) and when it is SMOKED, it is out of this world! Enjoy!


Cheers! - Leah

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