How To Eat Maryland Blue Crabs

When visiting the Eastern Shore you can try eating some famous Maryland Blue Crabs. This crab video will teach you step by step the process of how to eat steamed Maryland Blue Crabs. The summer and fall are the best times to eat Maryland crabs.

Interesting Maryland Crab Fact - "Chesapeake" comes from an American Indian Algonquin word meaning "great shellfish waters," and the Maryland blue crab continues to make a reputation for itself.

One popular Eastern Shore restaurant well known for steamed crabs is the Mastehead at Pier Street Marina in Oxford, MD.

"Masthead at Pier Street Marina. The film industry loves this casual locale. Scenes from "Wedding Crashers" were filmed at the Inn at Perry Cabin, and scenes from "Failure to Launch" were filmed at the Masthead, where you can see the table at which Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew McConaughey shared their meal. Go at midday, because George Kellum is still the lunch chef after long years of cooking in local kitchens. Best dish: anything on the menu when served at picnic tables on the huge wrap-around deck, where you can toss your fries to the gulls and ducks. Better they should eat them than you should." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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