Maine Lobster Roll

I have had a few lobster rolls over the years but non better than in Bar Harbor, Maine.  The simple majesty of lobster, butter, and spice all on a buttery roll.
Boston, your mayo-based sandwich is good, but theirs is better. (I still love your baked beans, though.) Picture a bright sunny summer’s day with a gray wood pier and a cool ocean breeze as this sandwich takes you on a quick trip to Maine.
2  1 1/2 pound whole live  lobsters (I got mine at Crosby’s Crab Co.)
1 teaspoon Old Bay seasoning
1 teaspoon fresh lime juice
8 tablespoons butter
2 brioche hot dog buns, buttered and grilled
1/2 red onion, finely diced
Fill a large pot with a lid half full
Add 1 teaspoon ionized salt and bring to a boil
Place lobster in water head first
Bring back to boil and cook for 7 minutes,
covered ( a good fish monger should be able to do this for you)
Remove lobster from pot and place in an ice water bath
Remove meat from tail and claws
Melt butter in a frying pan
Add Old Bay seasoning
Add onion
Toast or grill hotdog buns (now, I cut some of the bread off the opening so I can get more lobster in)
Add lobster to butter mixture mix and cook for 5 minutes
Fill hotdog bun with lobster mixture
Squeeze lime juice on top
Serve
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