Dungeness crab gets its name from Dungeness in the Washington area. It has the best meat to shell ratio since it’s almost 9–10 inches wide. You’ll notice from their hard shell and the way their claws are curled under their belly that BSF Dungeness crabs are very fresh. You’ll need a cleaver or a small mallet, fork and crab cracker to scoop out their sweet and delicate meat. Apart from the usual crab cakes, you can stuff jalapenos or use the crab meat in spicy enchiladas. Oriental soups and spicy stir fries are scrumptious options too.