On Nov. 7, the good folks over at FecalFace published an unfortunately-timed photo essay detailing a trip to Sun Fat seafood market for Dungeness crab, followed by useful instructions on how to cook and clean the local aquatic treats.
That same day, the Cosco Busan freighter bumped into a Bay Bridge piling and spilled 58,000 gallons of fuel oil into the Bay, and all of a sudden, nobody had an appetite for local shellfish.
Now, nearly a month later, the Guv has lifted the ban on crabbing and fishing in and around the mouth of the SF Bay, and the commercial fleet has begun fishing.
This seems a good time to send hungry seafood fans back in time and Intenet-tubes to the original post, detailing the whole crab-dinner process. They’ve even got a movie showing how to gut the thing. Salut!
Eat Some Dungeness [FecalFace]