Friday, 23 January 2009

Hairy Crab has Roots in Shanghai, China

Food & Drink
Hairy crab, a specialty in Shanghai, China, has become a seasonal fixture among Chinese all over Asia. The crab, named for the hairlike growth on what corresponds to the forearm, can be found in dishes from drunken crab to roe dumplings, though it is most popular steamed. ...
... Outsiders sometimes malign Shanghai's cuisine. Around China it's widely regarded as too sweet, and overseas it has never gained the traction of spicy Sichuan or Guangzhou-style seafood. But one Shanghai-area specialty has become a seasonal fixture among Chinese ...

Full Story: The Dish: Hairy Crab; By DENIS MCMAHON, on WSJ.com




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