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How to Cook Live Lobsters from the Experts at GetMaineLobster.com

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

(PRWEB) October 05, 2013

Live Maine lobster delivery service, GetMaineLobster.com, wants to ease the concerns of those who are cooking live Maine lobsters for the first time as well as offer alternative ways to cook live lobsters. From boiling lobsters to steaming lobsters, any way you choose to prepare lobsters is easy and the end result is always delicious and memorable.

GetMaineLobster.com recommends butchering the lobster humanely just before cooking. First, place the lobster in the freezer for as long as two hours. Next, remove the lobster from the freezer, making sure it is no longer moving. Then, push the tip of a skewer or sharp knife into the center of the cross on its head.

Boiling is the quickest method for cooking live lobsters. In a large pot that has a lid, pour in enough water to completely cover the lobster. Add two tablespoons of sea salt for every four pints of water and bring to a boil. Next, grasp the Maine lobster from the back, place it into the boiling water and cover the pot once the water has started boiling again. Boil the lobster for 10 minutes for the first pound of weight and three more minutes for each extra pound. Once cooked, drain the lobster and serve hot with melted butter on the side for dipping or enjoy the fresh Maine lobster meat plain.

Steaming lobsters is a bit more daring but some believe that even more flavor develops than with boiling. In the bottom of a large pot, place a steaming rack to hold the lobster. Pour two inches of water into the pot and add one tablespoon of sea salt. Cover the pot with the lid and bring the water to a boil. Once the water is boiling, place the lobster onto the rack, cover the lid and bring the water back to a boil. The lobster should be steamed for 14 minutes for the first pound of weight, plus an additional three minutes for each extra pound.

Grilling lobsters develops excellent flavor and it is a great excuse to spend more time outdoors no matter what time of year. Using the same boiling instructions, par-boil the lobster for five minutes after setting the grill to medium or high heat. With a sharp knife, cut the lobster down the middle and remove the veins in the tail, the green tomalley and the sand sac located behind the eyes. Season the lobster or apply a marinade if preferred and place it on the pre-heated grill shell-side down for eight to 10 minutes until the lobster meat is firm. Serve immediately and enjoy this succulent gift fresh from the cold waters of Maine.

Test out one or all of these methods by ordering live Maine lobsters delivered next-day by GetMaineLobster.com. This week, four one- to 1.25-pound live Maine lobsters are on special for only $65.00, a discount of more than $90.00!

Browse Get Maine Lobster’s wide range of seafood offerings, access other healthy lobster recipes or view current specials by visiting GetMaineLobster.com or call (866) 562-4817. Stay updated and Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. For even more lobster news and recipes go to JustAddLobster.com.

About GetMaineLobster.com

GetMaineLobster.com, a division of Black Point Seafood and Black Point Gourmet, hand-selects the finest Maine lobster, seafood and beef products for convenient distribution throughout the United States. Their passion is to make fresh, quality seafood readily available to customers across the country, which is why they buy from only the most trusted, well-established suppliers to ensure that they receive the finest products available.

GetMaineLobster.com was selected out of the more than four million small American businesses served by Chase bank to represent its new Platinum Business Checking product for its 2013 national advertising campaign.

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