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    Crab Cake Sandwich

    By far one of my favorite things to make and eat!

    Crab Cake Sandwich
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    Larry, you sure know how to torture us!
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    Not torture. At least he enjoys it. I would not mind one either. I like jumbo legs better though dipped in butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    Larry, you sure know how to torture us!
    Sorry!
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    Those look absolutely delicious and easy to make. Just one question. Do you think they could also be frozen. My elderly mother adores crab cakes and I thought maybe I could make a few up, stick them in freezer and when I'm not at home, during meal time she could just pop them in toaster oven. Of course I would cook before freezing. What are your thoughts.

    Crab in a can is soooo expensive but well worth the treat. They're $10.00 a cake already made up in our local grocery store but I'm betting they're filled with lots of fillers. OMG!!! I'm going to have to make those next week. Thanks for the tip. Please let me know about freezing

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    Cara, they should freeze well. I have frozen left over salmon patties and they were fine reheated in the microwave. There is nothing in Larry's recipe that seems problematic.
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    Yep, freeze should be fine. And yep, the can will cost an arm and a leg. Pretty much no matter how you buy crap you ARE going to pay for it. Make sure you use every single piece of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    Cara, they should freeze well. I have frozen left over salmon patties and they were fine reheated in the microwave. There is nothing in Larry's recipe that seems problematic.

    I agree Cara! Freezing should not present a problem.
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