Tag Archives: University of Maryland

Deviled Crab

“Imagine a world without the blue crab.  This is in fact a very real possibility and is clearly the work of the devil.”   Deviled “Doublers” Christopher Gobbett 2009   For the Soft Shells: 6 Soft Shell Crabs, Cleaned                                                         Flour … Continue reading

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Influential Mid-Atlantic Cooks

Mary Randolph: [1] Mary Randolph was born in Virginia, the daughter of Anne Cary and Thomas Mann Randolph, a legislator and wealthy plantation owner. Her tombstone lists Ampthill, her mother’s family home near Richmond, as her birthplace, though some genealogists … Continue reading

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Terrapin Stew (Warning: not for the politically correct)

 Terrapin Stew                 Terrapin stew is the model of culinary evolution.  This is a historically native dish that evolved over time into a completely different national dish, a true sign of culinary evolution. Terrapins are a protected species now with … Continue reading

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