We've covered some great ingredients in our Michelin chefs cook series, but perhaps no other ingredient speaks more loudly of luxury than lobster.
Below, five Michelin-starred chefs show you how to cook lobster in different ways, from perfect three Michelin star plates to flavour-packed finger food for your next party.
You might want to take a look at this video guide to how to crack a lobster too.
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First up, Alain Passard cooks Brittany lobster two ways, with a little help from Ludo Lefebvre.
Here's Heston Blumenthal with a 1980's-inspired lobster dish.
Daniel Boulud prepares lobster rolls three ways, making use of some interesting Indian flavours.
Gordon Ramsay grills lobster and serves with Bloody Mary linguine – a crowdpleaser for your next dinner party.
Finally, Peter Goosens of three Michelin star Hof van Cleve in Belgium serves a mouthwateringly fresh combination of lobster with white asparagus.