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Aunt Chi-Chi’s Christmas Crack (bacon crackers)

Aunt Chi-Chi's Christmas Crack - Bacon Crackers

  This most delicious appetizer is made from 3 simple ingredients – brown sugar, bacon and Club crackers. They are a tradition at our house for every Christmas party and they’re so addictive — you can’t stop eating them — my travel hag girlfriends nicknamed it “Christmas Crack.”It doesn’t matter if […]

 
 

Meatloaf with a New Taste – Hard Boiled Eggs

Meatloaf with hard-cooked egg inside.

Meatloaf has been popular on American dinner tables since the Great Depression. Using cheaper cuts of meat, ground with a hand grinder and mixing in grains or breadcrumbs as a binder stretched the family food budget.   As I was flipping through the 1964 edition of My Favorite Maryland Recipes by […]

 
 

Mom Mom’s Crab Soup – Recipe from the Old Eastern Shore

Mom Mom’s Crab Soup – Recipe from the Old Eastern Shore

Recipes for cooking and serving Chesapeake Blue Crabs fill hundreds of cookbooks. This unusual recipe for Crab Soup is over 100 years old and was retrieved from the Folklore Collection at the Nabb Rearch Center at Salisbury University. The recipe was submitted as part of a University assignment for student […]

 
 

#10 Find the Perfect Chesapeake Blue Crab Cake

#10 Find the Perfect Chesapeake Blue Crab Cake

Part of the 100 Things to Do Between the Bridge and the Beach Series If you’re looking for the perfect crab cake, the Eastern Shore is a good place to start.  What makes the difference between a great crab cake and an ordinary crab cake?     Being a life-long […]

 
 

Fisherman’s Inn – Crab Cake Heaven

Fisherman’s Inn – Crab Cake Heaven

Love crab cakes? You can get one of the best crab cakes on the Eastern Shore at Fisherman’s Inn located about six miles east of the Bay Bridge along the Kent Narrows. As a lifelong Marylander and lover of all-things-crabby, I’m always searching for that perfect crab cake.  Tons of […]

 
 
 
 
 

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