Seansational Seafood

Celebrate Seafood!

Here’s the benefit of being a seafood lover. Seafood is not only delicious, but also really nutritious! Seafood includes vital nutrients needed for health and wellness at all ages, including omega-3s, iron, B and D vitamins, and protein. Check out our weekly ad for deals on your favorite seafood varieties.


How to Cook Crab Legs

Crab Legs – 3 Ways

Preheat oven to 350°. Place crab legs in large baking pan; add 2 cups hot water. Bake crab legs 8 minutes for king or 6 minutes for snow or until heated through..
Heat large saucepot of salted water to a boil over high heat; add crab legs, pressing down to immerse in water. Reduce heat to medium; cook 5 minutes for king or 3 minutes for snow or until heated through.
Prepare outdoor grill for direct grilling over medium heat. Place crab legs on hot grill rack; cover and cook 10 minutes for king or 6 minutes for snow or until heated through, turning once.


Interesting Facts About Seafoods

Did you know?

  • A 3 ounce serving of seafood contains 200 fewer calories than beef or chicken.
  • Crab meat is high in vitamin B12.
  • The US Department of Health recommends eating two servings of seafood a week.
  • An average, out of the 5 billion pounds of shrimp produced in one year, one billion is consumed by Americans.
  • Tuna can swim up to 43 mph.
  • Lobsters have different uses for each of their claws.