One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The flesh of a crab as food.
- ‘Top with a small spoonful of crabmeat and a small apple ring.’
- ‘He died of ptomaine poisoning contracted from tainted Japanese crabmeat.’
- ‘The crabmeat makes a great low-fat, protein-rich filling.’
- ‘The high levels of copper in crabmeat are vital since copper helps the body absorb vitamins and minerals.’
- ‘Seven minutes after sitting down, our first steamer of crabmeat and pork soup dumplings arrived.’
- ‘Upside-down mushroom caps brimmed with unadulterated lump crabmeat and swam in a mild wine sauce.’
- ‘Add the fish sauce and crabmeat and stir to combine.’
- ‘Split a piece of imitation crabmeat lengthwise into two pieces.’
- ‘Of course, the Chinese noodles braised with crabmeat and mushroom can't be neglected - they are delicate but oily.’
- ‘She also was one of the first local chefs to combine Gulf fish with crabmeat and pico de gallo.’
- ‘For the crab ravioli salad: Remove crabmeat from shells; reserve leg meat for garnish.’
- ‘You had the chicken breast stuffed with crabmeat last time.’
- ‘Ok, how about Chesapeake Bay Crab Cake Kit with white crabmeat?’
- ‘Pick all shells out of crabmeat and gently flake it with a fork.’
- ‘Add the diced courgette, spring onion and crabmeat and heat through.’
- ‘Repeat with the white crabmeat and spoon on top of the dark crabmeat.’
- ‘Feast on fresh lobster, crabmeat, and blueberry pie.’
- ‘My second favourite is seafood; mussels, crabmeat, shrimps etc.’
- ‘A good second choice is cooked shrimp or crabmeat.’
- ‘Lump crabmeat makes a nice change if you eat a lot of tuna.’
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