Eatin' Crabcakes: The Best I Ever Had

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Maryland Public Television takes up the challenge of tracking down the Crabcake's Finest in our newest Eatin' Chesapeake Style series with Eatin' Crabcakes: Chesapeake Style, a fun-loving, kitchen-hopping adventure that traverses the state in search of Crab Cake Heaven. From G&M's famous goliath-sized crab cakes for the hungriest seafood purest among us, to the rarified palette that craves stovetop tradition with a lilt, to ol' time tried-and-true recipes that have survived kitchen-based tests and trials of the ages, Eatin' Crabcakes: Chesapeake Style is the ultimate crab cake hunt across the Chesapeake region.
 

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