Scott Murray attached a GoPro camera to a crab net—and was surprised with what he saw.
Scoop about 1/2 cup of crab salad mixture on plate, followed by a teaspoon of tarragon oil at the base.
All along the Gulf Coast, crab is plentiful and almost cheap during the summer.
I dislike having to eat quail or crab, all that effort and mess for scant reward, an aversion Amanda calls “No sex in public!”
Summer crab Salad with Carrots, Basil, and Lime by Susan Spicer A ceviche-like salad from a chef with New Orleans roots.
The swan flew upward, the crab crawled backward, the pike made with all haste for the water, and the load remained where it was.
He covered the crab with its shell and taught it how to creep.
He pulled up, and dragged to the surface of the water a crab, which instantly let go and sidled under the boat.
Half an hour before serving, clear a lobster or crab from the shell, and put it into the stew, adding a little salt and cayenne.
He moves quietly up to the hole into which he has seen the crab disappear, thrusts his tail into it, and awaits events.
crustacean, Old English crabba, from a general Germanic root (cf. Dutch krab, Old High German krebiz, German Krabbe, Old Norse krabbi "crab"), related to Low German krabben, Dutch krabelen "to scratch, claw," from PIE root *gerbh- "to scratch, carve" (see carve). The constellation name is attested in English from c.1000; the Crab Nebula (1868), however, is in Taurus, and is so called for its shape. French crabe (13c.) is from Dutch.
"fruit of the wild apple tree," c.1300, crabbe, perhaps from Scandinavian scrab, of obscure origin (cf. Swedish krabbäpple). The combination of "bad-tempered, combative" and "sour" in the two nouns crab naturally yielded a verb meaning of "to vex, irritate" (c.1400), later "to complain irritably, find fault" (c.1500). The noun meaning "sour person" is from 1570s.