A stack of imported Dungeness crabs are shown for sale as people eat them in the background at Fisherman’s Wharf last December in San Francisco. Though a toxic algae bloom prompted the closure of commercial crab season last year, local crab is expected to be on the menu this year in time for the holidays.
A stack of imported Dungeness crabs are shown for sale as people eat them in the background at Fisherman’s Wharf last December in San Francisco. Though a toxic algae bloom prompted the closure of commercial crab season last year, local crab is expected to be on the menu this year in time for the holidays. Eric Risberg The Associated Press
A stack of imported Dungeness crabs are shown for sale as people eat them in the background at Fisherman’s Wharf last December in San Francisco. Though a toxic algae bloom prompted the closure of commercial crab season last year, local crab is expected to be on the menu this year in time for the holidays. Eric Risberg The Associated Press

Good news for lovers of California’s Dungeness crab

November 02, 2016 04:08 PM

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