Ms. Crab Boil Lady Delivering Seafood Delight

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Regina Gordon evolution of a seafood delivery specialist was never really a deliberate goal of hers.

Gordon, 42, was a stay at home mom of three children while residing in Lancaster when she decided to cater to neighbors who were working an hour and 18 minutes and 70 miles drive away in Los Angeles when her business idea was hatched.

“These were working people who could not get home in time for dinner and I just wanted to make sure they had a nice cooked meal,” Gordon explained to Inglewood Today.

Since she was 10 years old, she had always had an affinity for cooking and read various cook books and was intrigued by their recipes.

As she got older and frequented multiple eating establishments such as Dulan’s

Soul Food Kitchen, Harold & Belle’s and Lawry’s Steakhouse she would go home and experiment with spices and seasons.

Born in Los Angeles and a former student at Westchester High School and El Camino College, Gordon was infatuated with the art of cooking.

Ultimately her passion led her to seafood dishes and began cooking lobster tails, crab, shrimp, butter corn on the cob, potatoes and toasted garlic bread.

“I guess the seafood came from somewhere down in my soul because I don’t have any physical connection to New Orleans cuisines,” she added.

Her idea has caught on tremendously and while managing to care her children, two adults a 12-year old daughter and a grandchild she toils for 8 hours over the stove to make the delicious entrees available under the Ms. Crab Boil Lady umbrella.

Many of her clients are individuals who had been attracted to her Facebook and Instagram post, but some are major corporations.

While COVID has slowed her business from its peak, it has not prevented her from committing to preparing the best seafood dishes money can buy.


“I have a good vendor and I built my own website, but mainly my customers hear about me through referrals and social media.”

She caters to events such as weddings, funerals, businesses large and small and provide prompt hot and fresh delivery of her products. She can be reached at mscrabboillady.com and at 562 968-8938 or on Facebook under the name Gina Good.

Gordon, 42, was a stay at home mom of three children while residing in Lancaster when she decided to cater to neighbors who were working an hour and 18 minutes and 70 miles drive away in Los Angeles when her business idea was hatched.

“These were working people who could not get home in time for dinner and I just wanted to make sure they had a nice cooked meal,” Gordon explained to Inglewood Today.

Since she was 10 years old, she had always had an affinity for cooking and read various cook books and was intrigued by their recipes.

As she got older and frequented multiple eating establishments such as Dulan’s

Soul Food Kitchen, Harold & Belle’s and Lawry’s Steakhouse she would go home and experiment with spices and seasons.

Born in Los Angeles and a former student at Westchester High School and El Camino College, Gordon was infatuated with the art of cooking.

Ultimately her passion led her to seafood dishes and began cooking lobster tails, crab, shrimp, butter corn on the cob, potatoes and toasted garlic bread.

“I guess the seafood came from somewhere down in my soul because I don’t have any physical connection to New Orleans cuisines,” she added.

Her idea has caught on tremendously and while managing to care her children, two adults a 12-year old daughter and a grandchild she toils for 8 hours over the stove to make the delicious entrees available under the Ms. Crab Boil Lady umbrella.

Many of her clients are individuals who had been attracted to her Facebook and Instagram post, but some are major corporations.

While COVID has slowed her business from its peak, it has not prevented her from committing to preparing the best seafood dishes money can buy.


“I have a good vendor and I built my own website, but mainly my customers hear about me through referrals and social media.”

She caters to events such as weddings, funerals, businesses large and small and provide prompt hot and fresh delivery of her products. She can be reached at mscrabboillady.com and at 562 968-8938 or on Facebook under the name Gina Good.

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