Farm to Table: Dungeness Crab

Dungeness crab delicacies come out of their shells written by Corinne Whiting Some might argue—if you haven’t feasted on Dungeness crab, you haven’t visited the Pacific Northwest at all. Depending on whom you speak to, the delightful delicacy (a hard-shelled, six-legged crustacean found in chilly waters off North America’s west coast) should be enjoyed in a specific way. The general consensus, however, is that this food item—named after a small fishing village in Washington—should never be overlooked. And according to local restaurants’ menus, thankfully, it rarely is. “Dungeness is quite versatile. If I’m at home, I snack on it cold. … Continue reading Farm to Table: Dungeness Crab