News — Recipes
A Delightful Dungeness Crab and Corn Chowder Recipe
Image Credit: Le Petit Eats This lovely dish, great for cold winter months, is described as “a simple crab chowder that comes together in a flash with tons of seafood flavor thanks to the fresh, succulent, Dungeness crab.” It is creamy, flavorful, and comforting; and the Dungeness crab adds just the right touch to make this more than your traditional corn chowder. Let’s get cooking! Dungeness Crab & Corn Chowder Prep/Cook Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Ingredients 1 Tbsp. olive oil 1 Tbsp unsalted butter 4-6 baby red potatoes diced 3 ribs celery chopped 1 medium yellow onion chopped 1...
A Healthy Dungeness Crab Salad Recipe Just for You
Image Credit: MarthaStewart.com Are you looking for something light and healthy to indulge in that will still work with your 2021 diet plan? And are you searching for a recipe that uses seasonal vegetables and herbs? We have one just for you! This Dungeness recipe that was featured in Martha Stewart Living “that showcases the colorful, interesting varieties of vegetables available at farmers' markets during fall and winter.” There are minimal steps involved, and you can use the live Dungeness crab you purchased from Fathom Seafood to incorporate into it. Let’s get cooking! Prep time: 25 mins Servings: 10 Dressing...
Chef Brandon Gross and Fathom Seafood Team Up
Photo Credit: Brass Heart Restaurant via Facebook Anyone can create yummy recipes with live Dungeness crab. From traditional crab cakes to fancy crab cake spinoffs, from delectable seafood salads to soothing soups and dips, and of course you can roast, grill, steam, boil, and fry crab. Dungeness crab can make such simple and easy meals for the whole family. But what about using live Dungeness crab to create something one-of-a-kind? That is exactly what Chef Brandon Gross did when he ordered a box of live Dungeness crab from Fathom Seafood. Brandon Gross is an executive chef for the Columbia Country...
Featured Guest Author - Chris King - Dungeness Crab Delivered Live
Guest Author: Chris King In quarantine we've had to get creative with both food and the company of people. For starters, food producers and grocery stores have had to pivot their businesses to a world where a store full of customers isn't an option anymore. With people we've also had to become extra cautious. Even if our family isn't in a high risk group, many of us have grand-parents and other elderly around us that are. Even in the midst of a pandemic, as creative solutions for food delivery have been on the rise out of necessity, we've still...