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[krab-meet] /ˈkræbˌmit/
the parts of a crab used for food.
Origin of crabmeat
crab1 + meat Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Frying the crab first is optional, but it adds superb flavor and makes the crabmeat more tender.
  • Add the mayonnaise mixture to the crabmeat and mix, being careful not to break up the lumps of crabmeat.
  • The vegetable can go with anything from ground chuck to lump crabmeat.
  • Bring the seafood gumbo to a boil then add the crabmeat and shrimp and turn off.
  • Out came the salad-crabmeat mixed into chopped iceberg lettuce, harsh white vinegar, and powerfully pickled vegetables.
  • There's a plate of sugarcane sticks on the table, soon joined by a bowl of shrimp bisque and a serving of shredded crabmeat.
  • The dinner menu starts with hot appetizers that may include crabmeat cheese wontons to teriyaki beef.
  • Some are fine, but many tend to be rather indifferent mixtures of crabmeat and bottled mayonnaise.
  • The antipasto of spider crab salad was shredded crabmeat replaced in its large red and white shell.
  • The kitchen relies on such tempting ingredients as local wild duck and fresh scallops, crabmeat, and lobster.

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