June 26, 2013

When I was a kid, my bedroom featured a nautical theme with a shrimp net stretched across one wall, various plastic sea creatures purchased from corny maritime gift shops, and sea shells and driftwood collected from Gulf Coast beach vacations. For me, the kitschy stuff wasn't cheap or cheesy; it was just a reminder of the bounty of the ocean and of all the... -Westword Magazine 

August 16, 2012

If you’ve got ties to New England, you know what a summertime feast should look like: a picnic table piled high with lobster, shrimp, clams, and mussels; drawn butter in shallow bowls; and—eventually—a heap of empty shells and crumpled napkins. In other words, a straight-from-the-sea, lick-your-fingers-good mess... -5280 Magazine

January 17, 2012

If you’re a food enthusiast, you probably felt it coming. The wave of seafood-by-the-pound eateries that are spreading all over Colorado. The Crawling Crab is the youngest and freshest hub to join the trend. But how can you refuse? Fresh seafood, boiled and perfectly seasoned, served steaming hot in front of you, without plates, without utensils. All that is stopping you from... - Asian Avenue

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