This is my adaptation of a recipe by Mark Bittman. This is easier to make than the original recipe because you don’t need to fuss with cooking live lobsters or getting the meat out of the shells and you don’t need quite as large a pot to accommodate whole lobsters. Either boil or steam the lobsters yourself or buy lobster already cooked at a local fishmonger. If you don’t have a hand blender use a food processor, blender or food mill. Serve with a few drops of a flavorful hot sauce such as Franks or Texas Champagne (but warn people not to add too much as you want to keep the delicate taste), cognac, sherry and oyster crackers or toasted croutons.