Salmon burgers and shrimp burgers are available, too, but they are no match for the crab.
Chicken satay and shrimp cocktail are also good options, as you can watch the skewers and tails stack up.
Grilling the shrimp in their shells helps them retain their flavor and keeps them from being overcooked.
Jambalaya can have sausage, chicken, shrimp, or duck, tomatoes or no tomatoes; gumbo can be thick or thin or dark or light.
The price of oysters has gone up 40 percent since the spill, and the price of shrimp has doubled, he said.
When alive, shrimp are a mottled greenish color, but upon being dropped into boiling-hot water they turn red.
"I hope we don't have to have much to do with shrimp," muttered Noll Terry.
Sam produced a strangled noise from his larynx like the cry of a shrimp in pain.
A small creature (Talitra), resembling a shrimp, which abounds on some beaches.
She released him, stooped, and suddenly stood up, a shrimp about eighteen inches long in her hand.
early 14c., "slender, edible marine crustacean," probably from Old Norse skreppa "thin person," from Proto-Germanic *skrimp- (see scrimp). Related to Old English scrimman "to shrink;" the connecting notion is probably "thinness" (cf. Danish dialectal skrimpe "thin cattle"). The meaning "puny person" in English is attested from late 14c.; an especially puny one might be a shrimplet (1680s).
"fish for shrimp," 1801 (implied in shrimping ), from shrimp (n.). Related: Shrimper (1808).
A very short or small person; peanut (1386+)