Being frugal doesn’t mean eating out of a dumpster. This treat meal cost me less than $4. Ahi & crab claws.
By - MeowBerkely
There is always a fine line between frugal and "fuck, im poor." Buy good food if you can. Life is too short not to learn how to cook good food on a budget. Nice post.
Thanks💖. A word to the wise though, have appropriate tools to get the crab meat out of the claws. Punching it results in bloody fingers.
Bringo! Just check the drumpster ya dingus!
In all seriousness though, looks tasty!
It was yummy! And please don’t eat crab or fish out of a warm dumpster. A good way to lose weight though I suppose.
For sure. It was a bit of a joke from an Adult Swim show "Check it out with Dr Steve Brule" worth a watch if you are into oddball comedy.
Just put some vinegar on it!
Dont forget to wash it down with a fresh glass of sea water!
Sorry, went over my head. I’m old.
Wait whut. Where's the rest of the crab? Was this frozen?
They sell frozen crab claws during off season for $8/lb, at least here in CA. I haven’t seen fresh crab available for awhile.
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