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Blue King Crab

a live blue king crab on a white boadCommercially fished in Alaska and in Russia, blue king crab are known for their sweet flavor and exceptionally large claws.

In the United States, some seafood companies sell blue king crab as 'red king crab', because blue king crab shells turn bright orange-red, when cooked. Cooked blue king crab legs commonly have brown spots around the base of the spines, so that is one thing you can look for to distinguish blue king crab.

'Blues are typically harvested in fall, or winter fisheries - which is when their legs have the greatest in-fill of sweet, succulent meat.

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  1. Alaska Blue King Crab Merus Meat

    Alaska Blue King Crab Merus Meat

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    • The best part of the crab.
    • Pure chunks of sweet, succulent meat.
    • No shucking required!

    The best part of the crab without the shelling. Thaw it and heat it up or not, your choice. Enjoy it then, or use in... MORE INFO

    $99.95 lb

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  2. Alaskan Blue King Crab Legs & Claws

    Alaskan Blue King Crab Legs & Claws

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    • Alaska's sweetest king crab.
    • Average 1/3 to 1/2 lb. per leg.
    • Limited quantity.

    Alaska blue king crab legs have notably sweet, succulent meat. These impressive crab are caught in the frigid Bering... MORE INFO

    $39.95 lb
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  3. FRESH Alaskan Blue King Crab Legs

    FRESH Alaskan Blue King Crab Legs

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    • Fresh (never-frozen) legs & claws.
    • Rich crab legs; incredible sweet flavor!
    • Available: late-Oct to mid-Nov.

    From the icy waters off St Matthew, fresh blue king crab is an extremely rare delicacy. Their size... MORE INFO

    $37.95 lb

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