Eng 100 process analysis final draft

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Eng 100 James Niessner 5 October 2007 How to Make the Perfect Crab Cakes One of my favorite activities is making crab cakes because they taste good and are fun to make. My dad first taught me how to make crab cakes when I turned sixteen, and it has been a family tradition for years. Crab cakes are also a great aphrodisiac. If one wants to have a romantic evening, crab cakes would make an excellent dish. The perfect crab cake dinner can be accomplished, in three easy steps: collecting the ingredients, mixing the ingredients into crab cake mix, and cooking the crab cakes correctly. First, getting all the ingredients together can be quite a challenge. Next, some breadcrumbs or crackers are great for crab cake filler. After crushing all the filler up, more than likely, one will need to go out and buy some crabmeat. Personally, jumbo lump is my favorite, but back fin and claw are excellent as well. So that the night can end just as amazing as it started, one could add some oysters. Oysters are the secret ingredient that can act as the bonding agent.
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Niessner during the Fall '06 term at Hagerstown CC.

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