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Breaking in the BGE in the Caribbean

The wife and I just got back from visiting our friends in the tropics.  We have gone down there a few times now and were excited upon arriving this trip to see a new BGE on the back porch of the condo.  Not a bad way to break it in!  We did the lobster two ways.. butterfly and steakhouse style both under direct heat.  I don't think you can go wrong either way.  

I will say most people will cook the lobster meat side up when grilling.  A good way to try is to cook with the meat side down for the first 1-2 minutes then flip and finish with the meat side up.  This does not dry lobster out but instead helps sear and cook faster.  I cover the tail lightly in olive oil before placing on the grill, once I flip to meat side up I add a cube of butter on top to finish.
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