Eatin' crabcakes: The best I ever had
Eatin' Crabcakes: The Best I Ever Had is Maryland Public Television's follow up to Eatin' Crabs: Chesapeake Style, which we talked about last year at this time as a prelude to Crab Week.
I'm watching with interest as MPT uses up all the hot food topics during its annual Chesapeake Bay Weeks. (Eatin' Crabcakes airs this Thursday at 9 p.m.) ...
This is its fifth annual Chesapeake Bay Week. If it's only featuring crab cakes now, and crabs last year, what on earth could the first three years' food topics have been?
Don't say I didn't warn you, MPT programming people: By the time you get to about year 10, what Chesapeake Bay food are you going to be writing about then?
I like a TV show with plenty of controversy, and given the following paragraph from the press release, I think we have one here:
Whether it’s G&M’s famous goliath-sized crab cakes (only for the hungriest seafood purest among us) to the unusual but wildly popular grilled crabcakes of Fell Point’s 24-hour diner Sip & Bite, crabcake enthusiasts will go ga-ga over Eatin’ Crabcakes’ behind-the-scenes, mouth-watering jumbo-lump action.
The host of the show is "crabcake connoisseur" Doug Roberts.
(Photo courtesy of MPT)