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Dine & Dish: Tasty Crab House



It was a Monday, and our first choice for dinner was closed. So, there we were, standing next to our cars in an empty parking lot toward the south side of Aiken, Googling nearby restaurants.

“There’s a seafood place up the street,” offered my friend Tricia. “The kind that serves food in a bag. W...

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  1. So why the plastic bag?? If not cooked sous vide but rather steamed in a bucket, why the extra expense and effort of pouring in a bag? Inquiring minds want to know 🤔. It seems some aggressive, ladder climbing CFO could come in, ax the bag, and really make a name for himself 😆

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