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Brian’s Green Chili Crab Cakes

In my list of top 10 foods, crab cakes rank 4th and 7th. Yes, twice. Because there are lump crab cakes and then crab cakes made from crab meet fragments. Lump crab meat is exceptional, wonderful, and rivals gold in expense. Can those cans filled with little crab pieces offer you any truly great crab…

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The Family That Crabs Together …

    Suzen and I are bouncing between Portland and Seattle and many points in between. We spent today in Westport, Washington, a maritime village located on the southern tip of the entrance to Grays Harbor. Fortunately, the “Harbor” houses only fishing boats and never became a center of commerce, like Seattle, that houses today’s…

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Deep.Blue Sushi Restaurant at Jet Blue’s Terminal 5 at JFK

  If you fly, certainly if you fly Jet Blue, then this post is for you. The afternoon was getting complicated. It was 4PM and we had an 8:40PM flight from JFK. Jet Blue at their sparkling and massive Terminal 5. “Do we eat now?” I asked Suzen. “Or get to the airport and eat…

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Crab Louis: Using Dungeness Crab to Brighten Your Holidays

Crab. Dungeness Crab. When you grow up on the West Coast, the two terms are synonymous. And how to use that sweet, cool crab? Well, the most elegant way was Crab Louis, also known as the King of Salads. This crab creation first appeared on the West Coast around 1910, but its origins are not…

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