How to cook a lobster with fisherman Hubert Saulnier and his wife Judy





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Published on Jan 4, 2011

A video providing instructions on how to cook a quality lobster by fisherman Hubert Saulnier and his wife Judy from Saulnierville, Nova Scotia.


1. Put a couple of inches of water and a couple table spoons of salt in a large pot. You want to steam, not boil, the lobster so that you don't remove the taste from the meat.

2. Remove rubber bands from the lobster claws so that the steamed lobster doesn't taste like rubber. Be careful!

3. Place pot with lobsters on stove and steam for about 20 minutes.

4. If you pull on the lobster's feelers, and they pop off, then the lobster is cooked.

5. Dump lobster into sink and spray with cold water. This will ensure that the meat doesn't stick to the shell and will make shelling the lobster much easier.

6. Shell the lobster and enjoy.


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