What do you use to eat this? Your hand, a fork, a spoon, a knife, chopsticks, or something else?


Yes! I wash it first of course. It’s tasty, crunchy, and not slimey at all. Secret is harvesting at the right size for tenderness.


Wow, didn’t know you could eat it raw, good to know!
In that case, do you know if the nutritional value goes up?


Oh Please! I haven’t had fresh crab since 1993 in Seattle.


That’s longer than meee!:notes::musical_note:!
2006, fresh crabs, Virginia
I’ve had restaurant grabs since, but no tellin’ how fresh those really are . . .


Just ate! Soft rolled chicken taco with hot chunky salsa.


Yum! Yum! Yum! :yum:
I’m thinking of ordering some Seolleongtang, right now :joy:



Well you GOTTA have Biscuits!
with your hands BABY

Southern Living

peach cobbler I made some this week - fork or spoon


Not certain about the nutritional value. When cooking okra I steam them making sure they retain their natural green color and are still firm not limp.
Also, I steam them whole without cutting the stem down too far.


With a BIG spoon. :heart_eyes:


With lots of butter and honey.


Good fresh LOCAL honey! I love honey from peach or orange grove areas!


Y’all should try those biscuits with molasses! Yep!


We buy local honey from an orange orchard close to our home. We also buy Mesquite honey from the blooms of mesquite trees which grow in the Sonoran desert.


Molasses is wonderful on biscuits. I use it when making gingerbread too.


Seems we have a SOUTHERN Thread going!!!


You guys have me listening to REBA and DOLLY

I have not listened to country music in a WHILE




Who can tell me what this is? Have you eaten it before?


Chipped Beef on toast or Sh@# on a Shingle yes I have eaten it


Show Food Chef

Do you know what the gravy is and what is the secret ingredient??