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Cream of Crab Soup

Cream of crab soup finds its origins in classic French cuisine.  English cuisine was the foundation of Mid – Atlantic cuisine, but the French influence became more pronounced after the successful establishment of the colonies.   Cream of crab soup is … Continue reading

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History of the: Crab Cakes

 Crab Cakes No other dish so signifies Maryland cuisine as the crab cake. This dish has transcended all culinary frontiers.  Every cuisine in the world has adapted this basic dish and made it their own.  It can be made with … Continue reading

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History of: Maryland Crab Soup

Maryland Crab Soup   When the temperature climbs into the triple digits and the humidity sours from the nightly thunderstorms which swell the tributaries of the Bay, I, like all true Marylanders, am put in mind of the piquant blend … Continue reading

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