Blue crabs, once called the “pride of the Chesapeake”, can be found throughout the Coastal South when in season, which typically lasts from late April to October. If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on some live blue crabs, there’s no better way to enjoy them than in an old-fashioned crab boil, or “crab feast,” as they say around the Chesapeake Bay.
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