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Live Alaskan King Crabs
The Royalty of the Sea
Feast your eyes on the King crustacean that is the Red Alaskan King Crab. The King Crab is one of the most coveted and valuable crustaceans in the market due to its large size and sweet taste. Feel like a fine dining restaurant in your home by having this in your next fancy dinner spread. You won’t regret inviting such royalty.
Tasting Notes from the Curator
The texture of Alaskan King Crab meat is more delicate and softer in appearance compared to other crab species. Alaska King Crab also tends to have a unique “sweet” taste that is unlike any other crab meat. Often its legs are popularly used in a variety of dishes due to its thick meat content but the insides of the crab body, especially crab fat or as Filipinos call it, aligue, is just as sinfully delicious when cooked properly.
A whole Alaskan King Crab will give you all sorts of options for any occasion. Its meat can be used in a variety of dishes, including dips, soups, and crab cakes. You may also eat the meat fresh out of the shell whilst dipping it into a melted butter sauce or your preferred homemade cocktail sauce.
The Alaskan King Crab’s insides of the crab body shell can have a number of uses. The white yellow fat inside the back of the shell is crab fat or aligue and it can be used to spruce up dishes such as fried rice or vegetable stews. The firm,orange-red crab roe or eggs can be used for soup. The yellowish part is the crab’s hepatopancreas or tomalley also known as crab mustard. In Japanese cuisine, crab tomalley is used as kani miso and can make a difference in a number of seafood dishes.
Match your chosen crab dish with a lovely bottle of your favorite white wine — Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc or a Dry Riesling. You will find that drier whites make a perfect pairing partner for this royal dish so avoid the sweet wines or wines that may have the tendency to overpower the delicate taste of crab meat.
Live at your Door
Your live Alaskan King Crabs are brought to you by our official partner, Coldest Catch. Coldest Catch is a local provider that offers the freshest rare seafood species to the Philippine market. With their best picks, impeccable service and dedication to quality that matches that of The Bow Tie Duck, you can ensure your live Alaskan King Crabs are the coldest and freshest catch.
For longer storage, place the box container, with all its contents intact, inside your refrigerator or cooler at (1- 4 C) Fresh water will kill the crabs immediately so avoid washing them. The Alaskan King Cab can be kept alive for 48 more hours if stored properly but it is recommended you cook and consume them immediately to ensure the best taste.