Unlike other versions where you’d usually end up fighting over the little portion of dried up sauce, this one is thick and gravy-like. It starts off initially with a distinct slight sweetness like a deep rich caramel, before the earthy peppery notes start humming in the background for attention, with just enough prominence. It was about $78 for a medium-sized crab, which was already quite meaty. Also, you should call ahead to reserve your crabs, just to be safe. Top stuff. @engsengfirstgradeseafood
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