As I had hoped, my Valentine’s Day meal was a crazazy success! Yeah, I put an extra “za” in that word.
It was just that good.
See for yourself!
I put a little water in the bottom of a pan like the Gourmet Guide that came with my package said. I split the shells down the center with a sharp knife. Then I placed the thawed lobster tails in the water with a dollop of butter on each of them — right down inside the split. I then baked them at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or so.
I kept checking them to see if the meat was nice and white yet. And when it was, and the shells were a beautiful shade of red, I took them out and served them with the yummy sirloin steaks we had grilled.
Here’s a closeup. Brace yourself . . .
I melted some butter and mixed it with a bit of Tabasco for dipping. (That’s how he rolls.)
It was definitely a meal to remember. And it was a Valentine’s Day that was as memorable as the time I baked my now-husband cupcakes and delivered them to his apartment while he was on a date with someone else.
Our relationship was, how shall we say, undefined at that time.
But we’ve got it all figured out now and we can concentrate on more important things like what mouth-watering recipe we’re going to try next.
Oh yeah, and the kids’ college funds, the mortgage, car payments, retirement plans . . .
Hope you had a great Valentine’s Day, too!