The best way to enjoy the crabs is to play up their crackly edible shell with a batter coating.
We stuffed three Yule logs with crackly cones and colored fires.
"Oh, don't get crackly just because you're a Buffalo bill," says the fiver.
The leaves, after their blaze and riot of colour, turned crisp and crackly and brown.
The dusty mornings were dry and crackly, the sullen summer air clung within the house at night.
Have you ever seen one—a crisp, crackly bit of paper, with some printing on it, that could be burnt up any minute?
Also, when it dries out it leaves a sticky, and then a glassy, crackly film.
He had spent hours gloating over the yellow metal and crackly paper which meant a competence for the rest of his years.
Nowhere had the autumn been fuller of color, but a hiss and a snarl had buried it all beneath the crackly white of winter.
"I had forty buffaloes," he cried in a shrill, crackly voice.