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09-22-2006 04:17 PM
sidiag When I lived in Montera CA 27+ years ago there was a place in Half Moon Bay called The Crab Cottage. I don't think that they had a single thing on the menu that wasn't close to perfect. Does anybody know if it is still there - I'll be out in Monterey next month.
09-22-2006 03:52 PM
sailingdog Lobsters, clams, potatoes and corn wrapped in seaweed and foil, all dumped in a giant pit in the sand with hot coals. At the restaurant, my favorite would be the baked sea scallops.
09-22-2006 03:03 PM
CptZ I know it is commercial, but Weathervane is good. My favorite place to chow down on seafood is the Clam Shack just north of Old Orchard beach. Neer Pine Point.

Making it tonight Lobster, Little necks, Corn on the cob and French Fries.
09-22-2006 02:14 AM
SimonV Fish straight from the ocean, fillited and straight on the barby.

Salt crusted prawns/shrimp deep fried, the shell turnes to a brittle savoury and u dont need to peel the suckers.
09-21-2006 07:23 PM
Cruiserwannabe
quiche

Last night I had quiche on my mind for supper,had forgotton that i had 2 1/2 pounds of king crab in fridge so it went into a quiche with spinach new york and vermont cheeses.. this was a keeper !
09-20-2006 01:28 PM
Dewey Benson
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Originally Posted by Parley
Dewey,
The place is a dive. But some of the freshest, best seafood out there. It has been a local hangout for 20+ years. Sits over the water.
The good stuff is where you find it!

Dewey
09-20-2006 01:25 PM
Parley Dewey,
The place is a dive. But some of the freshest, best seafood out there. It has been a local hangout for 20+ years. Sits over the water.

Familiar with Pacific Grove, not familiar with "The Fishwife". Acutally, my best friend (last name "Fishman", refers to his wife as "Fishwife" ). Been too long since I've been down the coast.
09-20-2006 01:20 PM
Dewey Benson
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Originally Posted by Parley

Sample Platter (tempura) at Barbara's Fish Trap, Princeton By the Sea, Half Moon Bay, CA
.
I'll have to try that next shot up the coast!

Have you tried "The Fishwife" In Pacific Grove (between monterey and pebble Beach) Right by Asliomar. MMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmm!

Dewey
09-20-2006 01:02 PM
Parley Dewey's got the right idea...

Sample Platter (tempura) at Barbara's Fish Trap, Princeton By the Sea, Half Moon Bay, CA

Sushi at so many places.

Alaskan Halibut, Icelandic Cod, Lobster, Dungeness and Alaskan King Crabs (by Me).

Roughy - so sweet when prepared right (by Me).

Oh, Seared Ahi (again, by Me).
09-20-2006 12:34 PM
Dewey Benson Where shall we begin???

Dungeness Crab cakes at Etta's in Seattle

Lump Crab cakes at Mores crab house Longboat Key FL.

Steamed Crabs anywhere in the Chesapeke Bay Area

Scallops at the Beach Bistro in Holmes Beach FL. (watch your wallet here!)

Scallops at Buon Appetitto San Diego Ca.

Fried Fresh Soft Shell Crabs Chesapeke Bay Area (should be right about now!)

East Coast Mussels Grown in California in Carlsbad SD County prepared by ME

Oysters at the Hog island Oyster Co Tomales Bay CA (the finest on the planet!)

Local SD lobster, Mako Shark, Albacore Tuna, by ME

Blackened Grouper at the Rod and Reel Pier Anna Maria Key FL. (inexpensive local dive, GREAT Food)

Whatever the local specialty is, prepared their way!

Dewey
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