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Dungeness Crab, Cabbage, And Apple Salad

Dungeness crab is one of the jewels of the Northern California larder and is used in several recipes in this book. For many here fresh Du...

by John Ash


Bonnie’s Fish Stew

The fresh basil adds just the right flavor to this Northwest fish stew. It’s a wonderful summer dish served with melon and proscuitto. Ou...

by Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne


Ginger Crab Cakes

The ginger and lemon gives these crab cakes a refreshing taste, complementing the crab without overpowering. You can make small 2-inch ca...

by Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne


Dungeness Crab Mac-and-Cheese

If you get the chance to go crabbing and have yourself a good day, you’re going to be in the enviable position of having a ton of crabmea...

by Becky Selengut


Crab Salad with Meyer Lemon, Endive, and Watercress

Dungeness crab, Meyer lemons, and endive are all in season in the wintertime here in the Bay Area, so a simple, elegant salad like this ...

by Alice Waters


Black Pepper Crab

Here’s a popular, easy-to-make hawker-stall favorite from Singapore: stir-fried crab encrusted with a paste made of crushed peppercorns, ...

by James Oseland

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Tamarind-Glazed Crab

This crab is a bit messy, but so delicious. The flavors hit all the senses: spicy, sweet, hot, and salty.

by Sharon Kramis and Julie Kramis Hearne


Fresh Dungeness Cracked Crab with Aioli

My formula is one crab per person. If you are having the crabs shipped to you, ask to have them cooked, cleaned, and cracked. If you have...

by Lora Zarubin


Louis Dressing

This dressing is served at Swan's Oyster Depot as the perfect sauce for oysters, Pacific coast clams, Dungeness Crabmeat and good sourdou...

by Christopher Idone



Cioppino is a specialty of Genoans in San Francisco, and it’s a riotous stew of all kinds of seafood cooked with vegetables, wine, and to...

by Liana Krissoff


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