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advice about lobster on the bge

edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Bought a large bge last week. Already have done butt and ribs on the platesetter and steaks directly on the grill. Everything was fun and tasted awesome. I am already addicted. I thought about trying something different like lobster. Any advice? Direct or Indirect? Whole or cut in half lengthwise?
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  • Rebel BBQ,
    I usually steam it first on the Egg in a pot with steamer basket(not completely done) then brush it with butter and herbs and finish by grilling it on the Egg. 500° F until it done. Maybe 5 minutes total grilling time.[p]Bob

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  • BBQ Bob Trudnak,
    Thanks. What temperature for steaming on the egg. Do you grill it whole.

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  • Rebel BBQ,
    i split mine. mix a little butter,lemon juice, capers, parmeasan cheese,parsley,and white wine. brush on the bug. set on egg shell side down, & sprinkle a little paparika over the top. grill over a med hot fire. till the meat turns snow white. DON'T OVERCOOK!!!! enjoy!!! ken

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