Viki

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


#21

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.


#22

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


#23

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


#24

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 . . .


#25

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


#26

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



#27

divascancook

Well you GOTTA have Biscuits!
with your hands BABY

Southern Living


peach cobbler I made some this week - fork or spoon


#28

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.


#29

With a BIG spoon. :heart_eyes:


#30

With lots of butter and honey.


#31

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


#32

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


#33

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.


#34

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


#35

Seems we have a SOUTHERN Thread going!!!


#36

You guys have me listening to REBA and DOLLY

I have not listened to country music in a WHILE


#37

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#38

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


#39

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


#40

Show Food Chef
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Do you know what the gravy is and what is the secret ingredient??