from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The edible flesh of a crab.
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- n. The meat of a crab.
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- n. the edible flesh of any of various crabs
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We could never find this in 30 years in San Francisco and frozen picked Dungeness crabmeat is among the most disgusting substances on the planet.
"Pure fresh crabmeat is running 50 pesos for half a kilo"
Pure fresh crabmeat is running 50 pesos for half a kilo so you put that with some cheap avacado, cucumber, rice and nori (sold at Walmart) and you have a California roll for almost nothing.
I put no flavorings in the cakes, because I like the main taste to be the tender, succulent crabmeat, which is why my favorite food in the world is sauteed soft-shelled crab.
Add crabmeat, parsley, ½ teaspoon salt, cayenne pepper, and heavy cream and stir gently until heated, about 3 minutes.
Use spatula to fold uncovered half of omelet over crabmeat.
Late in October, for example, it occurred to Eduard that if he cut a cherimoya a custard apple with green indented skin and a creamy white interior into thin slices, the flesh looked like crabmeat; now a dish with cherimoya and spider crab is on the menu.
Start by breaking down the crabmeat in a medium size mixing bowl with a large fork.
Cracking them open can be hard work, and you're going to get messy (a bib is provided), but the reward of large chunks of succulent crabmeat with a spicy kick makes it worth the effort.
Still not full, I ordered the traditional Pad Thai noodle dish $16, rice noodles mixed with shrimp, crabmeat, egg, scallions, roasted peanuts, one of the best versions of this signature dish I have ever had.