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Toddler Boy Casual Letter Jeans
Toddler Boy Casual Letter Jeans Review
Baruse: I really enjoy eating Dungeness crab here in San Francisco, peak season is NOW, December. The secret to picking all the meat out of the crab lies with the correct crab instruments. I've tried the Oxo seafood picks and also the Zyliss style. The Zyliss with its curved forked end is 'da best. And buy your self a pair of the "Progessive brand" seafood scissors and be ready to enjoy eating Dungeness crabs with minimal hassle. You may need two scissors because Dungeness crab aficionados will fight over them, really, been there witnessed it.JMO!!!!
Becky in NOLA "Becky": We had crab tonight, and these seafood picks work really well. The crabs have all the chambers at the connection between leg and body and the picks easily scooped out the meat. These picks are heavy and well made, with a soft grip that comes in handy because our hands tend to get messy from the seafood, so we can get a grip on the picks.I was worried the picks would be dangerous because one end is very sharp and two pronged and I worried that while I scooped with one end I might poke myself with the other, but that didn't happen. The sharp two prong end is perfect for grabbing hard to reach bits of seafood.
Bvus: These are a good design because they do not slip. The finish is good. The only issue is they are not the most beautiful picks in the world and probably won't look good on a fancy table. You shouldn't have to give up looks for good design.
Flamethrower: If you are a serious hot shellfish eater, these are highly recommended for digging out meat and then dipping into broth and butter. They fit the hand wonderfully unlike plain seafood forks.
John Hutchins: My wife still likes to use a narrow pick for getting meat out of the skinny legs of crabs and lobsters. These will not do that. But, I think they are excellent for scooping the meat out of an opened leg or claw; and the fork end is perfect for dipping the meat into melted butter.