Crab cakes and football… that’s what Maryland does, Hon! But here’s a list of a couple other things that we Maryland’ers sometimes have to stop and explain to those unfamiliar with snowballs, the love of Old Bay seasoning and the Mason-Dixon Line.
There may be no company that says Maryland like Old Bay Seasoning. The rust-colored blend of herbs and spices has been included in recipes for everything from baked pumpkin seeds to chicken wings and of course, steamed blue crabs.
All Marylanders know about Old Bay. It’s not just for crabs. Many people put it on French fries.
Frederick-based Flying Dog Brewery is releasing a special-edition beer honoring the 75th anniversary of McCormick’s Old Bay seasoning and the Maryland crab it often pairs with.
Ocean City officials have rejected a bid by the makers of Old Bay to wrap boardwalk trams in the colors and logo of the iconic seafood seasoning.
For the best food on game day, tailgaters need to pack some essential condiments. Keep this list handy and add a few of your own to perfect any Ravens feast.
Two local institutions got together on Wednesday to celebrate a Mid-Atlantic treat.
Picture them laid out on a brown paper-wrapped picnic table: Steaming hot Maryland blue crabs, covered in Old Bay.