Sunday, August 3, 2008

Who says three's a crowd?

For some reason lobsters are now cheaper per pound than deli meat. So tonight was lobster night at our house. The lobsters were a bit small so I got 2 for Jeff (he ate every bite!). Served with sweet corn fresh from the farmer's market, an arugula salad with fresh mozzarella and aged balsamic vinegar, artisan French bread and a Rosemary potato galette. De-lish!

To cook lobsters, bring an inch and a half to two inches af water to boil in a large pot. Put the lobsters in - head first! Cover the pot and let them steam - 13 minutes for the first pound and one additional minute for each pound after. Perfect every time!

At this price, we may have to have lobster more often!

1 comment:

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