Maryland Crab Soup Recipe (10 servings) 2 can (14.5 ounces each) stewed tomatoes 3 cup water 1 cup fresh lima beans 1 cup frozen corn 1 cup carrots, sliced 2 tbsp onion, chopped 2 tbsp Old Bay seasoning 2 cup beef broth 1 lb blue crab crabmeat 10 blue crab claws, optional 1 gal water, for boiling crab claws
crab is the symbol for Cancer; they are so soft loving, sensitive and caring inside that they must be protected by a good hard shell. Notice how she side-steps and likes it in-direct. Blessed are those that get up into her soft heart as she is unbelievably loving and nurturing when she chooses. (She could also be he).
Steaming is a great cooking method for Maryland blue crab. Not only does it result in tender, succulent flesh, but it also means you can flavor the steaming liquid and this flavor will soak into the crab, giving it a subtle yet very nice taste. The following recipe calls for beer, vinegar, salt and seafood seasoning to act as the steaming liquid, and these flavors are fantastic with the crab.