Articles for tag: Dungeness Crab

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The Dead Fish Restaurant in Crockett, California: Review

Located on the Bay Bridge on the Carquinez Straits in Crockett, California is a restaurant which a humorous name. The name of the restaurant is The Dead Fish and their slogan is “We may have a funny name, but we’re dead serious about our food!” That slogan says it all. Crockett is on the way ...

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Where to Find the World’s Most Expensive Sushi

Call it the high price of uncooked food, but sushi is still one of the world’s most favorite exotic cuisines, ranging from simple rolls to lavish presentations. Gourmet food lovers delight in unique combinations of sushi rice, seaweed, and raw fish with special sauces, while simpler tastes may prefer a simple serving of sashimi. Whatever ...

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Best Place for a Romantic Dinner in Sacramento, California

People who live in Sacramento or any where in Northern California for that matter know of one place that can serve their romantic dinner needs. True, it does not only cater to the super rich, in fact people from all financial brackets love to come together at one location for a romantic dinner. What is ...

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Festivals and Activities in Bodega Bay, California

No visit to the Northern California Coast would be complete without a stop in the quirky seaside town of Bodega Bay. All Hail the King (salmon that is) As expected, this Northern California coastal town is heavily into fish. And to celebrate the start of the salmon fishing season, Bodega Bay’s 34th Annual Fisherman’s Festival ...

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Fisherman’s Wharf and Dungeness Crabs Are a Classic San Francisco Combo

Behold the Pacific Dungeness crab! Crab season has officially arrived out west. Beginning in November and continuing through June 30, 2013, crabs are plentiful in coastal waters. True blue Californians hold vigorous debates over who has the best recipe for homemade varieties of this succulent, sustainably caught item, sometimes referred to as San Francisco crab. ...

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How to Catch Dungeness Crab

Like a lot of west coast natives, I was taught how to catch Dungeness crab almost as soon as I could hold a rope. In those days, Dungeness crab was an abundant species in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. It required very little time and almost no skill to catch a limit of ...