Some people think the only thing yuh could get on the rocks in Tobago is a little crab but I have proof there is more to be had. Some people apparently also had a little Black Label Rum on the rocks and probably ketch a little crab after that.
Here is a Tobago crab minus the dumplings. Around this time of the year there are many Trinis who line up by Miss Jean or Miss Trim in Store Bay, Tobago to buy Crab and Dumpling without thinking that neither the dumplings nor the crabs are fond of the dish. These crabs are shy because they want to live and probably heard many horror stories about humans and their dumplings. Maybe Chennette, Wizzy or Chris can assure this crab in the photo – who probably reads my blog – that he or she is much too thin to even come close to a box of Tobago dumplings.
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