No matter if you like your lobster grilled, boiled or steamed, the tricky part is knowing how to crack open the tough red crustacean and extract and enjoy every morsel of meat you possibly can. Although it requires a little bit of strategy, there is no need to get surgical here.
So when you're presented with a beautiful whole lobster, here's how to spend more time eating and less time wrestling with those claws.
First thing's first: Once your lobster is cooked, let it rest. This is not a race. As soon as the lobster is cool enough to handle, you're ready to get started.
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