Dungeness come from the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest. The crab was named after a small fishing village in Washington State called the port of Dungeness, where it has been commercially harvested since the 1880s. About one-quarter of the crab’s weight is meat. The flesh has what is considered to be a delicate flavor and slightly sweet taste. It has a slightly sweeter flavor than snow and king crabs, and generally does not possess an ocean scent.
Approximately 2-3 clusters per 1.5 pound
Fully Cooked and Ready to Steam