Lobster, Corn and Potato Chowder
Four cups of water
Two quarts milk
Two teaspoons lobster seasoning
Four tablespoons butter
One diced onion
Three diced shallots
Two stalks of diced celery
Two cups of frozen corn
One box of scalloped potatoes seasoned with sour cream and chives
Bring the water to a boil
Put the lobsters in the water and cook for about ten minutes with the cover on the pot.
Strain the lobsters into a bowl
Melt the butter in the same pot
Put the onions, shallots and celery in the pot and cook till soft.
Put the water back into the pot and reduce to one cup.
Add the seasoning and bring to a simmer
Add the milk and bring to a very slow boil
Take off all the lobster legs and put them into the milk.
Let the legs cook in the milk
Lower the heat to medium
Add two cups of corn and the package of scalloped potatoes with the seasoning package.
Cook on medium heat for about twenty minutes or until the potatoes are cooked.
Add the rest of the cooked cut up lobster meat.
I added all the red and green from the inside of the lobster and whatever juices came out.
Let everything simmer together for at least ten minutes.
Add fresh ground black pepper to taste.
Serve in a big bowl and a lot of napkins because the lobster legs are so good to suck on.