Atlantic Canada lifestyle experiment 1: cooking lobsters!

Can you really live in Nova Scotia and say you have never cooked a lobster? Of course not, especially if you’re a foodie!

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First of all you need the right “tools”: a deep lobster pot, lobster scissors, lobster forks, lobster crackers…and a lobster attitude! Yes, because it’s not easy to take a lobster in your hands, look it in its eyes  and then throw it in boiling water! I was lucky, Fabrizio decided to take that responsibility and be the murderer.

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We thought it wasn’t that difficult after all…because we hadn’t eaten them yet! I practically washed myself while trying to open mine…that was hilarious!

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Now we can say it: lobster is one of the most exquisite things you can eat in Nova Scotia! Do you want to top it off? Garlic butter!

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Any advice on how to choose the right lobster to buy?

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Bricolage says:

    ma le avete pescate voi????’
    ed esiste un burro di aglio??????

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    1. No, le abbiamo comprate 😉 Il burro all’aglio l’abbiamo fatto: lo sciogli al microonde e aggiungi l’aglio in infusione 😉

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      1. Bricolage says:

        😀 ah ecco! 😉 grazie dell’idea!

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