Garlic Butter Lobster

[wcm_nonmember]<!– –><div style="text-align: center"><!– –><img src="https://cdn.sorted.club/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Bucket-List-graphic.png" alt="" scale="0" style="max-width: 30%; margin-top: 20px"><!– –><!– –><h2><!– –>Unlock this Story<!– –></h2><!– –><p style="padding-bottom:25px"><!– –>Stories from the &#039;Bucket List&#039; book are only available to members<!– –></p><!– –><a class="et_pb_button" background-color: #ffffff"<!– –>href="/product/digital-club-membership/">join the club</a><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_nonmember]<!– –><!– –>[wcm_restrict]<!– –><!– –><div class="page" title="Page 74"><!– –><div class="section"><!– –><div class="layoutArea"><!– –><div class="column"><!– –><!– –><p>You can discover a lot when you travel. Nothing is better than <b>finding a hidden gem </b>or learning about a culture so totally different to your own that it makes you stop and think. Things that you take for granted at home are suddenly no longer readily available.</p><!– –><!– –><p>But it also works the other way around. Sometimes things that are complete luxuries in your world are commodities elsewhere. When you stumble upon one of these things it’s like coming across a gold mine. Especially when, like in Hannah’s case, it’s stumbling upon an island where there is <b>so much lobster available </b>that they almost have to give it away.</p><!– –><!– –><p>There are times to hold back but this is not one of them. If you come from a place like the UK, where lobster is ridiculously expensive, and you travel to beautiful Antigua where it’s everywhere then you really have to gorge yourself on as much as you can eat. It’s <b>local, fresh and delicious</b>.</p><!– –><!– –><p>She ate it every way she could. She even had it twice in one day, but one particular dish stood out. It happened to be the simplest… grill the lobby on the BBQ and smother it in garlic butter. It looks ugly, it’s not posh, but it’s amazing.<p><!– –><!– –><p>If you come across an amazing surprise dish that you just <b>can’t get enough of when you’re on your travels then don’t hold back.</b> Don’t feel bad for having it every day… just enjoy it and <b>bring the memories home</b>, because it might be that <b>once in a lifetime chance!</b></p><!– –><!– –><p>The best way to do it yourself is to get it as fresh as possible from a good fishmonger. Make sure it’s in season and buy it alive if you can. The most humane way to prepare it is to freeze it for thirty minutes to desensitise the lobster then quickly slice right through the head with a sharp knife. Cut the body in half and clean out all the stuff you don’t want to eat. <b>Cook right on the BBQ for that amazing smoky flavour</b>. Serve with too much garlic butter and a zesty potato salad. This is a special treat, so invite some friends and family over to enjoy it with you.</p><!– –><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –></div><!– –><!– –>[/wcm_restrict]