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    Default Crab and smoked cheese omlette

    Hello everyone

    I smoked up a small batch of cheese for Christmas and after Christmas i got to go and catch a few Dungeness Crabs on Sunday morning i got up early and made a nice crab and smoked cheese omlette the smoked cheese gave it a nice flavor here are the pics




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    That looks real delicious
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    That looks so good. Dungeness crab is on my list of shellfish I gotta cook.(or reheat anyway) I almost bought some this fall when they were on sale over the net, $10 each for 1.75-2#ers.

    Don't want to hijack, but do you clean then steam or do you steam whole? Not many vids on you-tube about dungeness, mostly about blue crabs, guess'n it's all about the same(as far as cook'n and pick'n)

    Thanks for the pix.

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    BigAl

    You can cook the crab cleaned or whole it just depends on how you like to do it i clean mine most of the time before i cook them sometimes i will cook them whole it just depends on how many i have if i clean them i can get more into the pot
    i get them fresh right out of the ocean so i boil them in saltwater i boil them for 20 min i use 1 cup rock salt to 1 gallon of water i use old bay seasoning at times but like the saltwater better
    if you buy them in the store you can just steam them they are already cooked no need to boil your just trying to re heat them oh and 10 bucks each is a pretty good price i have seen the guys on the commercial crab boats selling crab for that same price i mostly harvest my own

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    Thanks, Clubber! Great info.

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    I bet that omlette was out of this world. Looks like there was plenty for sure. Thanks for sharing with us
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    I agree, Brian. It sure is nice to see the pics and read the input by those folks that have it available.

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    Now thats a right on omelette. Love seafoods of all kinds except the dishes that newbee cooks try to put out ( overcooked ). I know they have to start somewhere but not on me please.
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    That is one whopping omelet!!!I bet it was Great!
    When I lived in Oregon I dated a gal that her folks owned a pizza parlor.Once a year they would go crabbing and make crab pizza.It was good but rich!


    Thanks for the Pictures!
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