It turns out a crab’s best friend might be a cop. That’s because the cab population is struggling in the bay.
This holiday weekend is rife with crab feasts, especially when the weather is as nice as it’s been. But a new report released this week warns that the number of crabs headed to your table is down.
For many here in Maryland, at this time of the year, there’s nothing better than a soft shell crab. The demand for this delicacy is higher than ever right now.
First it was another season of fewer crabs, now it’s striped bass. The population is still strong in Maryland waters, but other states are seeing a decline.
Watermen file suit against the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, saying the new rules restricting menhaden catch threaten livelihoods.
Maryland elections won’t take place until next year, but an annual Eastern Shore crab bake known for its political flavor had an unusual amount of campaign activity surrounding it Wednesday.
Steamed blue crabs are a Baltimore tradition. Some pickers like to work from the middle out and other from the legs on in — but no matter what, Baltimoreans like them dirty. Grab you mallets, roll up your sleeves and get picking on crabs from one of these great Baltimore restaurants.
This is the time of year when Cathy Chisholm’s taste buds yearn for Maryland crabcakes. Not Maryland-style crabcakes.
A sudden plunge in the blue crab population in the bay means belt-tightening for watermen.
For months, there’s been a countdown on the Maryland Seafood website, ticking down the months, days, hours, minutes and even seconds to the most anticipated seafood season of the year: crabbing season.
Police in Cambridge say the person who stole $170,000 worth of crab cooking pots is going to be in hot water over the thefts.
Will we have a warm fall or an early winter? Baltimore’s own weather-predicting crab is making his prediction.