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  1. Aug 22, 2018 at 3:19 AM
    Dctaconny

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    Mad in USA definitely worth it not buying cheap China crap
     
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    Hello there Bree. I miss talking to you all on tundra live. Maybe I’ll pop in now and again.
     
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  3. Aug 22, 2018 at 3:34 AM
    RobP62

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    Yea, naturally, crab and shrimp are everywhere here during the season and some steamed crab carryout places sell them but they are super simple to make. Just use a higher ratio of the seafood than egg. Only because it's so delicate it can get lost. But now I'm wondering about a baked version to help bring out the flavors.

    :hungry:
     
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  4. Aug 22, 2018 at 4:46 AM
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    There's a place in our seaside resort town of Ocean City called Longboards Cafe. They have a Benedict dish. Flat iron steak, poached egg, topped with lump crab and hollandaise. Comes with fried green tomatoes and hash browns.

    It's off the chart good.

    So yea, if you made the crab cakes like I do and added the raw mix to the egg in the muffin pan, you could serve it over anything, including some nice pan seared smoked ham, or steak. Endless possibilities.
     
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  5. Aug 22, 2018 at 4:56 AM
    My Name is Rahl

    My Name is Rahl G8R Hater

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    There is a diner in Gulf Shores, AL called Katie's Cafe. They have a Crab Cake Eggs Benedict. It is a homemade biscuit, crab cake, poached egg and county gravy. It was the best eggs benedict I have EVER had.
     
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    Hi Don!!!! You should! You don't have to leave because you don't have a tundra any more! Come visit!!!
     
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  7. Aug 22, 2018 at 6:50 AM
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    Longboard Steak n' Eggs
    Sliced angus tenderloin, poached eggs, fried green tomato, lump crab, hollandaise on muffins, hash browns

    $19.95

    :hungry:
     
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  8. Aug 22, 2018 at 8:37 AM
    RobP62

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    I grew up linoleum poor as I like to say (was born after the dirt floor period) but we always seemed to find a way to have seafood. My Grandmother taught me a lot about cooking. She made the best crab cakes when I was growing up. Now I make the best. I keep it as simple as possible and feel it is a sin to add anything but bread or cracker crumbs, egg, mayo and old bay. Anything else disqualifies them for me. The crab is the star and any other flavor beside Old Bay just competes and will steal the show.

    For all of you that wants to duplicate Maryland family recipes (there is only one online that is worthy that I know of) but don't have the time, I suggest the following.

    https://www.mccormick.com/old-bay/products/seasonings-and-sauces/old-bay-crab-cake-classic-mix

    https://www.amazon.com/Old-Bay-Classic-1-24-Ounce-Packets/dp/B0009PCP7C?th=1

    1. Drain and remove any cartilage from 1 lb fresh (or canned) crab meat.
    2. Mix 1 package crab cake classic with 1/2 cup mayonnaise in a large bowl. Very gently fold in crab meat. GENTLY! I form them into the cakes with the silicone spatula right in the bowl and slide them into the pan. My hands never touch them. You want to retain the lumps as much as possible and they absolutely should not look like hockey pucks or regular fish cakes.
    3. Fry in little to no oil/butter mix (I use nothing because the mayo will act as an oil) until golden on each side.


    I use a heavy non stick pan (Anolon Advanced, dishwasher and oven safe to 500 degrees, and impervious to metal utensils), and the only mayo allowed in our house is Hellmans, and sometimes I will cover the pan after flipping the crab cakes for the last two minutes which makes them super moist and fluffy. I have even gone from the stove top to the broiler right in the same pan. All of this can be done in any heavy cast iron or SS pan as well.

    One pound of crab meat yields 4 cakes with the two of us. Mine are a tad larger than the wife's.

    I promise this is as close as you can get to an east Baltimore kitchen from the turn of the century! :thumbsup:
     
  9. Aug 22, 2018 at 9:01 AM
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    Very Nice! Thanks for sharing. :thumbsup:

    Not camping! :frusty::frusty::frusty:

    Not  Camping.jpg
     
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    Is it winter yet?
     
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    Patricia needs to fix her name tag.
     
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    This will be me later on today, but I won't be able to share pictures until next week.....
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    She's a slacker. :D
     
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    Yea, you win!!!!!!
     
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    still in Texas?
     
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    heres the sheared lug, The shiny part is the punch I used to take out the stud. It was almost flush with the hub...the other studs were fine.
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    Trade Ya!!!!! BBQ anything and fried anything rules!!!!!! I like fried vegies too. Okra is very tasty.
     
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    Fried Okra has to be crispy
     
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