The lobster is known as the “king of the shellfish,” so take great care to treat him royally when he becomes your dinner. Frozen or canned lobster is available, but fresh is an ultimate taste treat.

To prepare a fresh lobster, remove and discard the black intestinal vein and the small stomach sac. Also, throw away the grayish, fringy-looking portions of the upper body.

If you intend to broil the lobster, make certain that you clean it before it is cooked. If it is to be boiled, clean it after cooking. Boiling is considered to be the best way to prepare the lobster. To boil, plunge the lobster headfirst into boiling, salted water. For those who like their lobster hot, cook for 20 to 25 minutes; serve with melted butter and lemon wedges. For cold lobster lovers, cook for 15 minutes, let stand in the cooking liquid until cooled, and eat cold or combine in a casserole.

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