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  • n. Alternative spelling of crab cake.


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  • It’s called a crabcake, Shecky, not a breadcrumb cake.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Besh loved Antonia's balance and what the andouille smoke added to the crabcake.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 11: There goes my Final Four

  • Diners can start off lighter, with a salad—albeit large—ahi tacos ($17) or a crabcake with Cajun lobster sauce ($19).

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  • The Gramercy lunchbox includes a Maryland crabcake topped with avocado, a calamari salad, a pureed asparagus soup and seared tuna with grilled pineapple $22.

    Sister Act on Madison

  • That crabcake sandwich with avocado and bacon sounds very good.

    Swinery/Homegrown update

  • The staff were efficient and relaxed without being pious, and there was an eclectic menu of very 90s food – I recall a very good Thai crabcake with a sweet chilli jam – cooked by a thin, enthusiastic Yorkshireman in a bandana called James Martin.

    Restaurant review: Bistro du Vin

  • Quincy Jones typing away on his laptop while chowing down on a crabcake at the Occidental Wednesday afternoon after picking up his National Medal of Arts at the White House.

    Hey, isn't that: Mark McGrath, Dave Navarro, Quincy Jones, James Taylor, Michelle Obama

  • Dishes include crabcake and beef brisket sandwiches, costing anywhere from one to three food tickets ($3 each).

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  • Sag Harbor is, of course, a boating town, a place where you expect to have a lunch of lobster with a side of shrimp cocktail and a crabcake with a picturesque view of a molto expensive yacht.

    In Sag Harbor, a Taste of Rome

  • My friend and FDL colleague Lindsay Beyerstein celebrates the conviction of Ted Stevens by crafting a new crabcake recipe in his honor.



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