National Crabmeat Day - 2021-03-09
What is National Crabmeat Day?
Every year, on March 9th, Americans celebrate National Crab Meat Day. The fact that one and a half million tons of crab meat is eaten worldwide every year makes for plenty of celebrations. In crab dishes, the fat and calories add up fast. Crabmeat is a healthy protein, but there are thousands of species and only some are edible. In the United States, there are many varieties that are delicious and popular. The most common ones are the blue crab, stone crab, Dungeness, king and rock or snow crabs. They come in both hard and soft shells. You can find them along all the coasts and in Hawaii. There are many ways to eat crab. You can boil the legs, crush the whole thing, or put it in a cake with other ingredients. Either way, eating beautiful morsels of meat is well worth the effort.
When is National Crabmeat Day?
National Crabmeat Day is celebrated on March 9th of every year.
History of National Crabmeat Day
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