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Old 08-13-2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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Default Grilled Lobster Tails

Step 1:
Catch lobster
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Step 2:
Remove tails
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Step 3:
Cut open back to remove poop line
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Step 4:
Grill and enjoy with some basil garlic butter and Franks hot sauce
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Looks good! If you turn them upside down...and cut down each side , then pull the soft shell away from front to back, the "vein" will pull out with it.....leaving the meat intact.
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very nice....... we had lobster tonight as well... good living....
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Looks good! If you turn them upside down...and cut down each side , then pull the soft shell away from front to back, the "vein" will pull out with it.....leaving the meat intact.
I will have to try that next time. My way I don't get all of the vein out.
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very nice....... we had lobster tonight as well... good living....
Always tastes better when you catch it yourself.
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:30 PM   #6
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Here was our supper!
Charcoal grilled Spiney! I only got 1 keeper Sunday, but at least it filled the plate!
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Here was our supper!
Charcoal grilled Spiney! I only got 1 keeper Sunday, but at least it filled the plate!
Still haven't got a spiny yet. Do they taste much different than the slippers?
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Very nice.....this is the only photo I have of the lobster.... didnt take one on the grill.....K-man & firefish in the photo..... good stuff
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Normally I preferred the slippers....sweeter and more tender....but this one turned out great on the grill....nice charcoal flavor....basted it with garlic butter and it turned out very tender as well.....surprising for a larger spiney. This is the first spiney I have seen here...while it was in season. Actually saw 2 but the other one had eggs.
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We have seen a few spineys in the past.... first time with eggs ever... thats actually a good thing I think...
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