Crab and Muenster Cheesecake makes a beautiful and tasty addition to a party.  It can be made 2 weeks ahead of time and frozen.   Once November 15th hits and the local Dungeness Crab season begins, our time is very limited.  There are days on end that we don’t make it home but rather sleep upstairs the warehouse.  Our local Dungeness Crab Season at the beginning means 24/7.  Its great to be able to pull something delicious out of our freezer especially during the holidays.  Cheesecake doesn’t always have to be sweet.  Cheesecakes don’t always have to be made with sugar.  We are always looking for recipes that will showcase our fresh seafood.   This Crab and Muenster Cheesecake shows off what the Dungeness Crabs can do other than lying on a plate cracked waiting for you!  Its a treat your guests won’t stop talking about for days to come.  After weeks of nonstop working the local Dungeness Crabs everyone will be amazed that we even had time to bake such a delicious cheesecake!  They will be asking for the Crab and Muenster Cheesecake recipe.  All you have to do is make it, plate it, serve it!  What are you waiting for?[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Crab and Muenster Cheesecake – – bread crumbs, melted butter or margarine, cream cheese softened, large eggs, Mayonnaise, all purpose flour, Dungeness Crabmeat, Muenster Cheese shredded, chives minced, Pimiento diced, Breadcrumb bottom: Combine breadcrumbs and butter stir well. Firmly press into bottom of 9 in springform pan.; Filling: Beat the cream cheese at a high speed until creamy. Add eggs one at a time before adding the next egg. Add the mayonnaise and flour. Blend well. Stir in the crabmeat, cheese, chives, and pimentos. Pour into the prepared pan.; Baking: Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour or until the center is set. Let cool to room temperature on a wire rack. Cover and chill for at least 8 hours. ; – [/wpurp-searchable-recipe]