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.
Pennsylvania has a groundhog that predicts whether winter will end early. And now, the makers of Old Bay seafood seasoning say they have a crab that will tell whether winter is coming early.
A Maryland seafood company says it has broken its own record for the world’s largest crabcake.
A two-alarm fire has heavily damaged a Baltimore County crab house that is a landmark in the Dundalk neighborhood.
If you like steamed crabs, you’ll want to be in Annapolis Friday. Final preparations are underway for a huge charity event.
Spring’s crab glut has quickly become summer’s crab shortage. And with crab consumption a July Fourth holiday ritual on Delmarva, crustacean connoisseurs could be in for some disappointment.
Picture them laid out on a brown paper-wrapped picnic table: Steaming hot Maryland blue crabs, covered in Old Bay.
If you have ever wondered where the crab meat used in restaurants comes from, Maryland state officials have an answer.
Maryland watermen say the crabbing season is off to a slow start.
All over Maryland folks are getting ready for the first holiday of the summer, and that means steamed crabs.