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    Lobster Tails with Bacon Butter Sauce

    Central Market had some lobster tails on sale so I grilled some tails up to give my blog a Valentine's Day dinner theme.

    Here are some pics.






    I like separating the meat from the shell, seasoning it and putting it back into the shell.


    Then skewering them to keep them from curling up like shrimp on the grill.



    More pics and recipe here.

    The tails were $5.99 each, cold water tails. Anybody prefer warm water tails over cold? I mentioned in my blog post about the two types of tails.

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    Looks fantastic. How does one make bacon butter sauce?
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    The recipe is in the story link here. But basically you Fry up some minced bacon.




    Remove the bacon bits.


    Add minced garlic and a stick of butter.


    Add chives.


    and heavy cream... yum!

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    You sure you want all those healthy green bits in the sauce? Looks great, as usual!

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    You sure you want all those healthy green bits in the sauce? Looks great, as usual!

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    What's more health than bacon?

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    Butter?

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    And cream?

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    I do something similar with the sauce but it's more like a soubise. I render Neuske's bacon then add a diced onion, then add butter, melt, then add cream, boil, remove the rendered bacon, blend, strain, season. Add stock and you can use it as a poaching liquid as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    I do something similar with the sauce but it's more like a soubise. I render Neuske's bacon then add a diced onion, then add butter, melt, then add cream, boil, remove the rendered bacon, blend, strain, season. Add stock and you can use it as a poaching liquid as well.
    That sounds delicious!

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