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These crabs are the pick of the ocean

Once just a by-catch of lobstering, peekytoes have become big business

By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / August 2, 2006

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SOUTH BLUE HILL, Maine -- The Happy Crab gang works out of a blue shed, nestled in the woods, halfway up a long dirt road, in this little town on the coast. Wearing hairnets and sleeveless shirts, they sit around the table cracking claws and legs and scooping the body meat out of topsy-turvy piles of brick - colored sand ... (Full article: 980 words)

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