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from eHow

The Best Ways to Cook Lobster Tails

The secret to cooking lobster tails is to cook them only until they're just done, because lobster can be tough and chewy if overcooked. When the shells turn red and the meat is white, remove the lobster to a serving platter. Popular methods of cooking lobster tails include boiled, steamed, grilled and baked. Boiling and steaming cook the lobster...

Lobster tails, clarified butter, mashed potatoes and steamed asparagus.

from Campaigns | peta2

Restaurants Hack Apart and Serve LIVE Octopuses and Other Animals

"...octopuses, lobsters, shrimps, and other animals are hacked apart and served while still alive at restaurants in California and New York. Octopuses' arms and legs are chopped off, and shrimps and lobsters are served alive on the same plate as their amputated "sashimi-style" tails. Some restaurants serve "live seafood" hot pots, in which octopuses, lobsters, and other animals are slowly steamed to death." Just kill them already. Seriously, eating things alive is not what sane humans do.

Cathie Filian: How to Steam Lobster Tails

Steamed Lobster Tails with cooking times


How to cook lobster tails. Has step by step and oz to cook times

Steamed Lobster Tails (and preparation how-to)

Steamed Lobster Tails | “First time cooking lobster. Was so easy and tasted great, will be trying again. Yummm.” —mamag | Repin for a seafood classic at home.

from Buttoni's Low-Carb Recipes

Steamed Lobster Tails

Steamed Lobster Tails with absolute favorite food ever ;)