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Old 11-08-2008, 06:44 AM
Location: (WNY)
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Just posted one in WHATS FOR DINNER TONIGHT.... I will post the link....

What's for dinner tonight???
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Old 11-08-2008, 11:15 AM
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I grew up crabbing in the backwater bays of southern New Jersey and the Chesapeake bay. Its best to steam the crabs then pick the meat.
All my experience has been with king, tanner [snow], and dungeness, but I can't imagine anyone ever trying to pick out the meat without either steaming or boiling it first!

And once one finds a good recipe for crab cakes, the crab can be replaced with shrimp, salmon, or clams. I've made them all burger style, and a few with a touch of baking powder and deep fried as puffs. Good every which way - especially with home made tartar sauce. Crab and clams can also be used with a white sauce to put over spaghetti or any other kind of noodles. Salmon can be pretty good, but it's fairly strongly flavored, so a little goes a long way. They also all mix well with cream cheese and spread on bagels. Amazing what one can do when there's an overabundance available, and one doesn't want to waste any freezing it.
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Old 11-15-2008, 07:45 AM
Location: Kansas City MO
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Default My FAVORITE Crabcake Recipes............

Phillips Seafood

These are my all-time favorite crabcake recipes (and restaurant). Go to the Recipes section and peruse. LOVE THEM. The only thing better is their Bloody Mary's and I don't usually drink.

Hope you enjoy and get to Baltimore to try out yourself. They have a restaurant in the airport between Southwest Airlines and the terminal. Makes me wish Southwest weren't so dependable. I'd spend more time there.
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