Chesapeake Bay blue crab- used to go crabbing off the pier with Dad. We'd set traps, take them home, and cook them that night with Ma's hush puppies.
The Eastern Shore’s creative community introduces a new artisan trail.
The Abiding Charms of Virginia's Eastern Shore
The peninsula holding the Atlantic Ocean from the Chesapeake Bay is mostly Delaware and Maryland territory, but tapering off the end is a
Northern Neck Gourmet is a Wine and Cheese Cafe that serves lunch in Warsaw, Virginia.
More bay oysters are harvested in Virginia, Maryland, but their long-term survival is still in question
The growing Chesapeake Bay harvests in Virginia and Maryland are nowhere near the historic levels in the or the middle of the last century. But the growth affirms the hopes of biologists in both states that the lowly bay oyster can manage a comeback.
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Onancock: A Relaxing Waterway - Explore Virginia's Eastern Shore - Coastal Living
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The crabs turn red because the red pigment, called astaxanthin, is the only pigment that can survive the cooking process. It is similar to beta-carotene in fruits and vegetables.
This Weeks Special! Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Are Generous Oyster days!
Nate's Trick Dog Cafe - Irvington, Virginia - Home
Skipjack on Chesapeake Bay - Skipjacks, now rare, are a kind of working sailboat that were developed on Maryland's Eastern Shore and were peculiar to that area.
Visit the Rappahannock Oyster Company Yum! http://www.readbreathe.com/travel/what-to-do-in-virginias-northern-neck/