Psst...there's also lobster and shrimp in this guy.
This simple homemade pasta doesn't require a machine, just some good old fashioned elbow grease.
Lobster is great and all, but king crab is pretty dank, too, tbh.
All you have to do is crack it open, eat it, and stuff the empty shell with nugs.
Halaigh travels to the northernmost part of Norway where he learns how to butcher reindeer, goes dog-sledding on the Russian border and cooks king crab.
For Thom's mac and cheese, all you need is some massive Alaskan king crab legs—or any ol' crab will do—some cheese, cream, mushrooms, and pasta. C'mon, get happy.
Not all of us are livin' la vida loca in Juneau, so you can start with frozen Alaskan king crab legs for this recipe, which comes from Grant Van Gameren of Bar Isabel.
Do the sounds of someone sucking the meat off of a chicken wing give you a brain boner? Welcome to the weird, whispery world of ASMR, in which YouTubers stick their mics inside their mouths to make your body tingle.