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Five months in, Cameron’s Seafood Online has shipped about 1,000 orders of Maryland blue hard-shell and soft-shell crabs, crab cakes and jumbo lump crabmeat to customers in 46 of the Lower 48 states.
Pick over the crabmeat, removing any bits of shell.
At Antoine’s the tomatoes were chilled, scooped out, stuffed with crabmeat ravigote, and served in a vinaigrette.
One of those indulgences is her bell pepper, which is stuffed with crabmeat, shrimp and ground beef, and then battered and deep-fried.
Remove from heat and stir in the crabmeat and parsley.
Add the crabmeat by thirds and fold gently with a spatula to be sure the crab does not get broken up.
On the new Gabrielle menu, a whole flounder is filled, like an overstuffed po-boy, with an inch-high layer of crabmeat and served with a fennel cream sauce.
The plump seafood nuggets were dressed in their shells with a generous amount of crabmeat cloaked in a flavorful marinara sauce.
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