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[STEAMED] (1) Dozen Maryland Hard Shell Blue Crabs= -(1) Mallet


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  • Overnight 1 Day Shipping Orders-2-5 Day Orders Will Ship With Dry Ice and May Partially Or Entirely Freeze Product. 
  • Due to steaming and shipping process we can not enure exact spicing requests. 

Set the Fat Crab centerpiece and serve up a mashed pie pumpkin side. Celebrate the bay and garden harvest!

Get your garden harvest together.

2 ½ pounds sweet potatoes
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
½ cup evaporated milk
15 ounces of pie pumpkin
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon grounded ginger
½ teaspoon grounded nutmeg
1 tablespoon pure honey
Pinch grounded black pepper

Make it breezy easy!

Cook at medium/high heat your garden fresh sweet potatoes in a water-filled large pot for 20 minutes and bring to a boil. Mash, but leave some texture for a chunky consistency. Add pie pumpkin next and mash briefly. Stir in the remaining ingredients for a super sweet addition to your delicately succulent blue crabs. Bon Appetit!

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Check out the stats.

Supers: 7+ inches

X-Large:  6 ½ -7 inches

Large:  6-6 ½ inches

Mediums:  5 ½ -6 inches

Small:  5-5 ½ inches

Yes, you may want to reheat them.

Roll out the crab paper and adorn it with a pile of steamed & spiced Blue Crabs. We did all the work for you. Follow these steps to quickly reheat your crabs. Option 1: Find your trusty large stock pot and place a basket within it with enough water to reach the basket, but not submerging it. Bring water to a boil and place crabs with more spice if you choose in the basket. Allow to steam for 5 minutes. Options 2: Place crabs in the oven (upside down to keep moisture in the crab meat) for 10 minutes at 375°. Once ready, pile the crabs high in the table’s center and celebrate life!