What are the ingredients in Jan Cousteau's favorite court bouillon recipe for lobster?
Jan Cousteau adds white wine and white vinegar to the cooking water in her court bouillon recipe for lobster. She also has a bouquet garni. Her bouquet garni is made of bay leaves, carrot, celery, cloves, onion, parsley, peppercorns, and thyme.
Court bouillon ['briefly boiled liquid'] is a flavored liquid that traditionally is used for poaching or quick cooking fish and seafood. Jan's recipe for court bouillion for lobster was published in the tenth and last issue of Fathom magazine in 1973.
For Jan's recipe, please visit the link provided below.
No, chicken bouillon is not a good substitute for lobster base. A good substitute for lobster base is fish stock. Read More
Jan Cousteau's favorite court bouillon recipe for lobster was published in the tenth and last issue of Fathom magazine. Her recipe appears on p. 38 in the Fish Dish section. Court bouillon ("briefly boiled liquid") is a flavored liquid that traditionally is used for poaching or quick cooking fish and seafood. Fathom, a marine diving magazine, was published from December 1970 to early 1973 by Gareth Powell & Associates in Australia. For Jan's recipe, please… Read More
The most common ingredients that will appear in all types of lobster tail recipes are lobster tails, lemon juice, paprika, salt and olive oil or butter. Read More
lobster! Read More
Yes he does love lobster and it seems to be his favorite food and if you ask me he has eaten about 2 lobsters in his whole life! Read More
Ke$ha's favorite food is lobster, any other seafood and pizza. Read More
I'm not so sure about what exactly IS her least favorite food but she is deathly allergic to Lobster if she eats it she will go into a coma. Read More
Lobsters will eat almost anything, but their favorite foods are snails, crabs, clams, and urchins. Read More
A rock lobster is just a distinct type of lobster. There are many kinds of lobster, such as the rock lobster and the blue spiny lobster. Read More
Lobster tail is just the tail. Lobster is the whole thing. Read More
a maine lobster has no claws and a atlantic lobster has claws Read More
The most common answer is pizza. Omaha Steaks, Idaho Potatos and Maine Lobster seems like a better choice. Read More
Cap'n Salty is not at his business. He is near the lighthouse, where he has lost his favorite lobster trap. (see related question) Read More
probably some river food like fishes lobster something cause they had river nile which they were very proud off Read More
The American Lobster is the largest type of Lobster Read More
In the southern US, the price of a pound of lobster is $14.99. This is for live lobster; frozen lobster tails are priced differently. Read More
"Lobster" in English is aragosta in Italian. Read More
A 6 pound lobster is classified as an adult lobster. In lobster years, it would be 27 years old. It would take a little longer to cook a lobster that big. Read More
Yes a lobster is a lobster Read More
alive refrigerated lobster ? then Cooked ? yes ! Read More
Lobster eggs are sometimes called seed.(lobster carrying eggs is called a seeded lobster) They are also called roe. Read More
Absoloutly not! A spider is an Arachnid, a lobster is not. A lobster would only be a spider if it had 8 legs! Read More
There is not a lobster season for hard shelled lobster in Maine as they can be fished year round. Soft shelled lobster are caught during summer months. Read More
The American lobster and European lobster belong to genus Homarus (H americanus and H. gammarus respectively). The Cape lobster was moved to genus Homarinus. Read More
There are a few ways, you can deep freeze the Lobster, this puts the Lobster to sleep and shuts down its systems so when you 'kill' it will not feel a thing or you can place the Lobster in a large pot of cold water then bring the water to the boil, this puts the Lobster to sleep and a painless death follows. Some drop the Lobster into rapidly boiling water the Lobster dies instantly. Read More