Avocado toast, just add crab! We have been doing this one for awhile, it is very simple, fresh and extremely delicious. Feel free to use any type of bread you want, rustic multi-grain works very well.
Always one of my favorite classic dishes to get an easy upscale update with the addition of crab. Since it is the height of tomato season, I switch from the traditional tomato sauce to a much lighter “Summer” version featuring fresh, roasted baby tomatoes.
What could be better than a relaxing Sunday brunch? Well, we take it to the next level by adding some of our delicious crab meat to a potato hash, topping with sunnyside quail eggs and drizzled with a tart and floral Meyer lemon hollandaise sauce. The only thing you are missing is a perfectly spicy Bloody Mary.
Bahamian or Caribbean Conch Chowder is a menu staple throughout Florida and for good reason. The combination of fresh produce, warm Island spices and a light yet flavorful broth make it perfect for the warm weather that is Florida. The drawback for me is usually the conch meat itself, which instead of being tender and delicate tends to be tough and chewy from being overcooked. I have a simple solution, lose the conch and replace it with our fantastic crab meat!
I love taking classic recipes and giving them an upscale swing with the addition of premium ingredients like our delicious crab meat. For this recipe it is basically a cornbread batter with some crab added and it is deep fried into a little crispy, moist and delicious taste of the South. Pair it with a funky dipping sauce, like pickled jalapeno tartare or a spicy bloody Mary cocktail sauce and you have got an easy way to wow your guests.
I owned a restaurant years ago that the menu theme was upscale comfort food. This is one of the dishes that made the menu rotation over the years.
I better know how to make a good soup, especially if there is crab in it! This is a very quick and easy version of the classic crab & corn chowder.
A quick, relatively easy and unique spin on tortilla soup!
This is a very version of the classic hot dip with the upscaled addition of our delicious crab meat.
I always think of New Orleans as a second home and was lucky enough to have attended college there and even actually went class every once in awhile. Classic jambalaya with smoky andouille sausage and sweet crab meat.