Separate tails and claws from bodies.
Cook separately in a steam oven: 3 minutes for tails, 5 minutes for claws.
Remove coral from bodies and tails and reserve for mousse.
Reserve lobster shells.
Consommé and Bisque
Sear lobster shells in olive oil; add carrot, celery, onion and fennel, and brown.
Flambé with pastis and add tomatoes and tomato paste.
Deglaze with white wine.
Add fish stock or water up to lobster shells.
Add peppercorns, herbs and garlic.
Simmer gently for 30 minutes then filter half of the broth through a coffee filter.
Reduce the filtered broth by half.
The reduced broth should measure about one cup (250 mL). Stir in 1/20 oz (1.5 g) agar-agar.
Heat on a low boil for 1 or 2 minutes.
Pour into shot glasses; rest these on a slant on small L.R. wood supports and refrigerate.
Reduce remaining half of broth until fairly thick.
Add coral to bisque and blend in Thermomix.
Bring to a boil to cook coral.
Thin the blend in the Thermomix with fennel juice; add lecithin or medium-cooked egg and whisk.
Mixture has to be lukewarm.
Combine lobster oil and reduced bisque, and stir in lemon vinegar, salt and pepper. Add shallot and daisy buds.
Chop half-cooked lobster meat and combine with dressing. Adjust seasoning and add chives. Spoon tartare into glasses, over the jelly.
Cut lobster tails into pieces and set pieces on glass rims.
Spoon coral mousse into inclined glasses.
To garnish, place a tat soy leaf (tat soy is an Oriental vegetable with spoon-shaped leaves) on top of the mousse in the glass. Serve immediately!
Chef and owner, Laurie Raphaël (L.R.)
Chef Daniel Vézina
Chef propriétaire Laurie Raphaël (L.R.)
These dry, more delicate wines stand out with their pale colour, simple fruit aromas, and the sensation of freshness their acidity brings forth.
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A slightly bitter light-bodied beer with a noticeably sweet, malty taste and a dry finish.
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