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Dissecting Lobster

Dissecting Lobster

Lobster season is finally here! Although lobster fishing officially starts in April, the first lobsters arrive on Quebec plates just in time for Mother’s Day. Here are a few tips on how to crack open a lobster.

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1Claws

Twist each claw off with your hands. Using a lobster cracker, break the shell into several pieces, pull the thumb off, and remove meat with the help of a lobster fork.

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2Shell

Boiled lobster shell can be turned into bisque or used as a base for sauce.

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3Tail

Hold the lobster’s body with one hand and twist the tail off. Next, use a knife to cut the soft underside of the body in two, then use both hands to crack it open like a book. Finally, carefully pull the tail meat off in one piece using a fork.

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4Legs

Twist each of the 8 legs off, then nibble and suck the meat from the shell.

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5Tomalley

Tomalley is the name for a lobster’s liver, which is tender and green and can be found in the body cavity. Although a foodie favourite, it’s recommended that we eat no more than the equivalent of 2 lobster tomalleys per day.

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6Roe/eggs

Some lobster lovers claim that lobster eggs are really lobster caviar!

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