I love crayfish (as we call it here) however have probably only ever made it once or twice when someone brought me some fresh from Rottnest Island many years ago.
Nowadays it is something I just do not buy at about $35 each.
I used to eat them regularly when I lived in the country as the local yacht club made the most delightful crayfish mornay with chips and we would often have this for Sunday lunch -inexpensive also -however those days are gone.
Well, as a seafood disliker, this is going to be weird . . . . . I love lobster! I also am very fond of Moreton Bay Bugs. I don't cook anything vaguely fishy . . . I eat lobster out at restaurants. (but I cannot eat prawns!)
When I was young and living in Victoria,we often would buy and cook Lobster! Oh Yum!!! and to die for!! In MY case literally,as I am allergic and thus ended up in hospital!!! We did not know back then that it was an allergy though! I have not touched these delicious critters for almost 40 years now.Ditto for all shellfish. So sad........Do all enjoy some for me please?!!!
I love lobster, especially lobster mornay. I have only ever eaten it a few times in my life as it is really expensive.
I have never cooked lobster and maybe never will as my hubby is highly allergic to it.
If anyone ever offers it to me in my upcoming travels, I won't say no and I'll probably lick the plate afterwards!
I love lobster and eat it often. At the moment prices are around $49.00 for a small cooked one so I normally buy the green ones and cook myself although buying the green lobster tails usually works out to be cheaper in the long run. I cook different meals with my favourite being something I invented myself cooking with galiano, cream and mushroom. Having said that, Balmain or Moreton Bay bugs are a sweeter meat than lobster so I buy these when the price is okay.