Chesapeake Bay Crabs

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Pelican Publishing Company, 2011 - Cooking - 270 pages
An exploration of Bay heritage and recipes. This collection of cherished and award-winning recipes is accompanied by tales of Maryland's seafood industry, one of the oldest industries in the nation. In addition to 18 crab cake variations, this book features appetizers, soups, sandwiches, entrees, and even breakfast and desserts. The dishes have been provided by residents old and new and chefs who have a special affinity for the blue crabs of the Northeast. Also included are crab-related terms, food tips, and a listing of local festivals.

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While some of the recipes in this looked quite good, the book itself isn't very professional, with mostly photos shot of random things by the author with her own camera and not very well-written ... Read full review

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Judy Colbert is an award-winning author/photographer who has written extensively on Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay area. A member of the Maryland Writers' Association, she has served as a travel expert on Good Morning America and Arthur Frommer's Travel and has been a guest on many radio and television programs. Colbert likes to think of herself as a messenger who finds interesting facts and calls attention to them. Growing up in a modified kosher home, she didn't eat crab at all until her twenties and says she is making up for lost time. She lives in Crofton, Maryland.

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