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  • Roll style lets you cut to length
  • Festive crab pattern
  • Smaller and easier to maneuver than 300' rolls
  • Great for seafood shacks and catered events
  • Disposable for fast, efficient clean-up
  • 40" width fits most standard tables
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Protect your table in style with this 40" x 100' paper table cover with crab pattern.

This roll table cover is the ideal mood-setter for crab feasts, seafood buffets, and catered events. Use it at your outdoor eatery for an inexpensive table covering, or use it to cover tables indoors for a bright bold look. It's easy to move or adjust and an economical choice since it can be easily disposed of and doesn't require laundering. The stylish crab pattern offers interest to your event without overwhelming your guests for the perfect balance of fun and function!

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

Ample Coverage

Thanks to the wide, 40" width, this table cover is designed to fit most standard tables. The convenient roll styling makes it easy to cut to size, and the 100' length ensures you won't run out of roll anytime soon.

Unique Pattern

A staple at seafood shacks serving hardshell crabs, this eye-catching roll table cover features a festive red trim and graphic crab print for a timeless look that's sure to please!

Easy Cleanup

It's made of standard brown kraft paper that will repeatedly provide you with a quick, clean, and disposable eating surface without the fuss of laundering cloth table covers.

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What is basis weight?
Basis weight is the weight of one ream of paper (500 sheets) when cut to the industry standard for that specific grade of paper. Therefore, the higher the basis weight, the heavier the paper. This weight may differ from the actual weight of the product being sold, so to differentiate the two, basis weight is often notated with a “#” sign after it, whereas the product weight is usually labeled with “lb.” after it.

How to Pick Maryland Blue Crabs

A crab feast is one of the best ways to enjoy a summer day! To learn more about picking Maryland blue crabs, watch this step-by-step video.

Nothing exemplifies summer more than a crab feast! Picking crabs is just as much about joining together a group of people to laugh and share stories, as it is about eating delicious crabs. Picking crabs evokes a sense of community, and for many East Coast inhabitants, it is a way of life. Today we’ll be showing you one of many ways to pick a Maryland blue crab, so you can make sure you’re getting the most meat out of your crabs! The first thing you're going to do is remove the claws and the three middle legs of the crab. This is pretty easy to do, you just pull it at the joint like so, and set it aside. You might get a little bit of meat as you remove the legs. The meat in the claws and the legs is going to be pink-brown in color, and also have a stronger taste than the rest of the crab. We'll leave these back fins attached because they'll be helpful later when we're removing the lump meat from the back of the crab. Next we're going to crack open the claw. In order to do this you can just lay it on its side, you can use your mallet, and you'll give it one good whack, maybe two. Then you'll flip it over to the other side, and you'll crack it again right here by the pinchers. Gently pull it out to reveal a nice, big lump of crab meat, and this is great to dip into butter or Old Bay. Next we'll remove the meat from the middle legs. In order to do that you will hold the leg like this between your fingers and give it a nice crack. Pull it apart to reveal a nice piece of crab meat. The next thing we're going to do is remove the meat from the body. We'll flip it over to expose the apron. You'll use your finger or a sheller to pry it open, and you'll pull it back and detach it. You'll notice that you've revealed a hole in the back of the crab, which you can use to pry off the top shell. You'll expose the inside of the crab, and you will discard the top shell of the crab and remove the lungs and gills. in this cavity you'll also find the mustard, which is considered to be a delicacy, so if you're feeling adventurous you can try eating that as well. Next we will separate the two halves of the body. It comes apart pretty easily and you have two equal halves. Set one half aside. Next you'll have the back fin to remove the jumbo lump meat from the back of the crab. In order to do that, you'll just break it at a joint. You'll reveal this nice big piece of jumbo lump crab meat. This is the biggest muscle in the crab and its also the sweetest, most succulent meat in the body Next you'll want to take the remaining part of the crab, and you'll pinch and pick any remaining delicate white meat. When you're done cleaning this cavity, you will repeat these steps with the remaining half of the crab. It’s pretty typical to eat several crabs at a time, along with some corn on the cob, potato salad or some ‘slaw, so don’t expect to be going anywhere for a while. Enjoying each other’s company, while getting a little messy in the process, is what picking crabs is all about. So grab the Old Bay, melted butter, and an ice cold beer, and pick crabs like a Maryland native.

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Overall Dimensions:
  • Length: 100 Feet
  • Width: 40 Inches
  • Basis Weight: 60 #

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  • Overall User Rating: 40" x 100' Paper Table Cover with Crab Pattern

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    Paper has a great design and is very sturdy. We use to cover our teak table when the family is over for dinner during the summer to keep clean and easy cleanup. Always get great compliments. Highly recommend.
    Everything you need for a seafood restaurant or party can be found here. I purchased the galvanized tub #124MTUB12 and the lobster crackers #407LC6DC - now the table cover is the icing on the cake.
    DId a steamed crab party outside under a beautiful tent. When the customer saw the paper with the crab prints, they were so pleased. I will be using again and next time will remember to take a picture!
    A great feast requires a lot of cleaning up. Thanks to this paper roll table cover with crab pattern, this has made out job much easier.
    This paper was a fun touch to our crab feast at our home. Just cut and lay on table. Really festive touch. Stores under bed or in closet. Printing was good quality as well.
    perfect for any crab feast and puts a bright color to the picnic tables. I can cover 15 long tables and still have some left over to recover if needed.
    This paper is perfect for my crab shack in Corolla, NC. The customers talk about it and love the crab print. My togo bushel buyers constantly ask me to provide them the paper with the crabs, and I do!
    A great choice for paper to lay down to eat crabs. The paper is very thick - much thicker than you get when you purchase crabs from a seafood place. Looks great on your table and very absorbent so no mess - just roll it up when you are done. A great value.
    This paper is an excellent choice when serving crabs. People like look of the printed crabs and cleanup is real easy because the paper is so sturdy.

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