The “Maryland crabs” distinction is being challenged by no less than the governor of Virginia—and it’s brought a response from Maryland’s governor.
Maryland is in the middle of a major price surge on crabs. The bay crab season is getting off to a rough start. Some restaurants still have not served a single local crab.
Some people love them and others have a different opinion—but it’s a Maryland delicacy and it’s now in season.
After a decline the past two years, the bay’s crab population is again growing in the right direction.
She may be queen of the Windy City, but she still knows how to eat like a Baltimorean.
It turns out a crab’s best friend might be a cop. That’s because the cab population is struggling in the bay.
Food fraud. Seafood bought right here in Maryland, turning out to be from 100,000 miles away. It’s misleading and it’s hurting our bottom dollar.
With the warm weather the number of people looking to feast on hard crabs is increasing, but prices are at record levels.
Maryland’s famous blue crabs are getting harder and harder to find. That’s been a big blow to businesses and watermen who rely on the state’s signature seafood.
If you like steamed crabs, Annapolis is the place to be Friday. It’s time for the world’s largest crab feast.
It’s not Fourth of July without Maryland crabs. But this year, you better get them early. And unfortunately, it will cost you more.
It is a summer tradition in these parts, especially around the Fourth of July. We’re talking about eating crabs.