Oregon State Dish (Recipe)
Dungeness Crab Cakes (Unofficial Main Dish)
Dungeness crab was the first type of shellfish to be harvested along the U.S. North Pacific coast, and remains an important product and a much-used ingredient in local cooking. Dungeness crab cakes are an especially popular appetizer or light meal, though the meat is also used in salads, casseroles, and dips. Crab cakes are usually mildly seasoned to let the flavor of the crabmeat dominate.
Recipe Serves 8
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