Lobster stuffed portabella

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What came first, the lobster or the egg??   
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We did something similar with crab and added cream cheese they were yummy. Let us know how it turns out....
 
How do you prep the Porta?

How washing,  and clean out fins or not?

I ADORE mushrooms, but have not had un muddie taste experience w Porta.

Kinda like the muddy crawfish taste thing problem.

And just a quick my opinion, being frugal w food, and using cilantro every week, we only toss out the bottom  1/2" of the stems, use everything else after a bit of picking through and washing.      Marc
 
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Grouch 0 I have never prepped or cooked my own.

Sorry, maybe dumb, I just meant when I ate ate E TX restaurants.

I did suck the heads dry though, so it's a start at least.

Just dirt muddy.

See, maybe I'm expecting the "cleaner" taste of shrimp, snow crab, etc.

So I may be unrealistic.  

ALLLL comments and instruction more than welcome.    Marc
 
How do you prep the Porta?

How washing,  and clean out fins or not?

I ADORE mushrooms, but have not had un muddie taste experience w Porta.

Kinda like the muddy crawfish taste thing problem.


And just a quick my opinion, being frugal w food, and using cilantro every week, we only toss out the bottom  1/2" of the stems, use everything else after a bit of picking through and washing.      Marc
I just wipe it with a wet paper towel.
 
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