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Hairy crab season is here again and Shang Palace's chef Mok Kit Keung has come up with a selection of dishes cooked with the delicacy (above).
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Hairy crab season is here again and Shang Palace's chef Mok Kit Keung has come up with a selection of dishes cooked with the delicacy.

The crabs this year come from China's Tai Hu (Tai Lake), one of the main producing areas known for the quality of the crustaceans. And the best way to savour them is to have them steamed whole.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 26, 2018, with the headline 'Food Picks'. Print Edition | Subscribe