The Seafood Market is priced by the pound , and includes lobster ($19), shrimp ($12), clams ($12), blue crab ($13), snow crab ($15), mussels ($10), crawfish (flash frozen. $8; live, $11), king crab ($24) and dungeness Crab ($18).
Order delivery and Pickup on the go . Delivery and Pickup available from participating The Angry Crab locations in the United States and Canada.
THE DRINKS Select beers are $2, craft drafts are $5, house wines are $4 and well mules are $6. There are also a slew of fun cocktails to pair with your po’ boys and crab , priced from $8-$10.
|Alaskan King Crab Legs||Now|
|Large King Crab Legs Approximately 1.5 legs/claws per pound||1 lb||$38.69|
|Jumbo King Crab Legs Approximately 1.25 legs/claws per pound||1 lb||$48.59|
Cronin said that technically the mustard is the “hepatopancreas,” an organ that only crabs and lobsters possess. On the plus side, the hepatopancreas gives the crab meat an interesting, strong flavor, Cronin said.
An old wives’ tale says crab lungs are toxic, but they’re actually just not digestible and taste terrible. Now scrape out the gooey stuff in the center of the crab’s body’s two equal solid parts. The greenish stuff is the liver , called the tomalley. You can eat it and many love this part of the crab.
Once you have thawed and reheated crab legs , you should eat them as soon as possible since that’s when they will taste the best. However, if you can ‘t have them right away or if you cooked way too many, then you can keep the leftover crab legs in your fridge or freezer.