how to prepare pre-cooked frozen lobster, Alton Brown?

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Answered: How long do you cook a 12 lb. lobster

I guess till it is done. It is pretty rare we serve lobster around here, and when we do they weigh in about two pounds. Linda cooks 'em about five minutes. Other wise they come out over cooked and tough as a brand new Michelin.

Answered: I recently purchased a couple of huge frozen ...

Instructions for Preparation of: Maine Lobster Tails, Boiled Lobster Tails Start with thawed lobster tails. Fill a pot with enough water to cover up to 4 tails (seasoning is optional). (can use Old Bay Seasoning found in spice section in grocery store) Bring the water to a boil and gently put ...

Answered: Cooking meat that is still frozen.

Obviously, it won't cook if it's frozen, but there is no reason that you cannot start the process when your meat's frozen.

Answered: Preparing a gore

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Answered: Preparing a gore

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Anywhere except from a restaurant. They always seem to overcook it. Grilled is the way to go. Throw some cherry stone clams on there with some garlic butter and a drop of tobasco... :::drool:::