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the 4th in maine

SpikeSpike Posts: 37
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
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<p />happy 4th of july to everyone. i hope everyone's dinner was as good as this one in the pic.
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  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,893
    spike,
    By Gawd, you fellas Down East eat pretty well don'cha?
    Looks good!
    Where in MAine are you?[p]Carey

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  • JanetJanet Posts: 102
    spike,
    Happy 4th to you too from a fellow Mainer (Sweden).
    Egged lamb for the 4th!
    Janet

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  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    spike, I had some wonderful pulled pork, but I'm not quite sure it was as good as that pic. Boy, does thatlook good.

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  • FireballFireball Posts: 354
    spike,
    Ok I will ask, being from the fourth coast (Michigan) and we don't have lobster in the great lakes. What is in the foil pan and what is on the grill beside it? It looks great. I wish I was there to enjoy it. Thanks.
    Fireball

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  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    spike,
    That's an excellent, yet cruel, picture. Cruel in the sense I don't have access to lobsters like you!
    Guessing some kind of stuffed shrimp in the foil pan. Shrimp, I got.

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  • SpikeSpike Posts: 37
    Fireball,
    Yes its jumbo shrimp w/seafood stuffing in the foiled pan. Also did some chicken tenders marinated in roasted pepper italian dressing. Also crusty rolls. It was good!

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  • SpikeSpike Posts: 37
    Sundown,
    I'm located in southern Maine on the New Hampshire/Maine border. And yea we do eat pretty good here.

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  • char buddychar buddy Posts: 562
    spike,[p]What are your times and temps for the lobster? Also, can you post a step-by-step on how you prepped Mr. Lobster? [p]That does look good.

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  • SpikeSpike Posts: 37
    char buddy,
    To prepare lobsters, first insert knife between the head & body to sever the spinal cord. Turn lobster over on its back. Cut lenghtwise down the underside almost to the back of the shell. Flatten lobster & remove stomach, black vein, roe, & green matter (by the way I hated to do this because when you stem a lobster the green tomalley really taste good). Wash lobster & pat dry. Crack large claws. Prepare marinade in small bowl & brush onto lobsters.
    Marinade -- (4 lobsters) 1/2 c. olive oil, 1 Tbsp minced garlic, s&p to taste.
    The egg temp was around 350, direct cooking, my cooking grid was level w/the egg place lobster, meat side down first for 6 to 8 minutes. Turn over and cook about the same 6 to 8 min. more. You could put stuffing in the middle of them but we didn't because we had the baked stuffed shrimp. Enjoy!!

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