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Post  anything4ABUC on 9/22/2007, 10:58 am

Had my very first ever crab cake at a place called "TIMBUKTU". I can truly say it was the best I've ever had, since it's the only one I've ever had, but all the locals seem to agree that TIMB.. (or G&M I think, same people) makes the best there are. I'd like to go back and try a few other places.

Still, give me some steamed Alaskan King Crab legs, a cup of melted butter and a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale...

That's just me..
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Post  cravnravn on 9/22/2007, 1:20 pm

Im glad you enjoyed our Crab Cakes, they are the best. Did you have any Raw Oysters? they're the bomb. I love all seafood, you west coasters are luck as hell cause My whole family LOVES Alaska King Crab slothered in butter. at the stores though they charge us 17.99 a pound for it. We go to the All-U-Can Eat Seafood Feasts down in Ocean City Md, 26.00 a person, I know me and my boys eat 10 lbs of King Crab legs. Good Stuff!!
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Post  Magic on 9/22/2007, 11:28 pm

Isn't that a long drive from Cali to Baltimore just for some seafood 4Buc???

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And your beer is made back here in the west too!

You know......um.....Alaska and Dungeness are up north of you along with the salmon and all the other famous sea critters?


And you can get pretty much any beer on the planet up here at the local Safeway sunny

I am actually supposed to go up by Dungeness to play golf tomorrow and the guys always bring salmon and the other critters for the bbq after golf.

But I may end up just sitting home and watching the Colts game.

Were you over there on business?
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Post  cravnravn on 9/23/2007, 3:23 am

Reading that post made me go out and get 2 pounds of shrimp for the Mrs and I last night. Steamed them up in Old Bay, beer and vinegar. MMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMM.

Got the Pork Shoulder in the slow cooker now. the boys want pulled pork bar b q sandwiches for todays onslaught of the Cardinals.

Sorry Mr Magic cheerstoyou

Oh and Magic, Im not prejudiced towards any seafood, Dungeness crabs are good too. Whats crazy though. Our Blue Crab, absolutely must, without a doubt be steamed with Old Bay. Yet the Alaskan King and the Stone and Dungeness boiled and dipped in butter.
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Post  Agent 99 on 9/23/2007, 5:57 am

Cravn your right. You can't go wrong with seafood! We took a trip out to San Francisco to watch the Colts game a couple of years ago and I think Heather planned the whole damn trip around when she was going to get to have Dungeness Crab!

We also took a trip down to the gulf and the gulf port shrimp down there was to die for!!

It pretty much sucks being here in the Heartland! It costs us an arm and a leg to get good seafood around here.
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Post  cravnravn on 9/23/2007, 7:45 am

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If you and the Mrs ever get a chance to take in Florida, Daytona area, You MUST try this new Shrimp out there, its only found between New Symyrna Florida and Mexico. Its called a Rock Shrimp, a cross between a lobster and a shrimp. its out of this world and inexpensive down too. I never heard of it before, and one day I was watching the Discovery Channel and they did a segment on a little Ocean front restuarant in New Symrna called JB's Crab Shack, pretty down to earth place, but that is usually where the best sea food is.

I did a little Mapquest and JB's was 31 miles from my Dads place.
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Post  Agent 99 on 9/23/2007, 1:36 pm

Thanks for the info Cravn!!! I'll have to check that out if we ever make it back down there. Problem is....... If we do make it down there we'll be visiting a 6 ft fucking rat!!!!!
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Post  anything4ABUC on 9/24/2007, 11:22 am

Magic wrote:Isn't that a long drive from Cali to Baltimore just for some seafood 4Buc???...


..Were you over there on business?

Its long time to sit in an airplane too. Had to walk around for a couple hours just to get the blood flowing in my legs..

Business trip, yea. Work put me up at the Hilton Garden Inn. $180 a night. Shit, I'm a low maintenance kind of guy (booked myself in the Red Roof Inn when I was in Seattle), so I was lovin' life in this joint. At that price, I figured Paris would be waiting for me in my room. Not that lucky(?), but all kinds of little amenities like french soap, mouthwash, skin lotion, shampoo that didn't come in a packet.. lol


Tell you what cravn, there was a channel on the hotel TV that did nothing but point out the best eateries in and around Baltimore. If I had more time I would've checked a few of these places out, the food looked great, seafood or otherwise. I'll probably get sent back out there in the future, so I'll be looking to you for a little guidance, if you don't mind. I have to get a true measure of how good the crabcake I had really was..
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Post  cravnravn on 9/24/2007, 3:25 pm

What Hilton were you at? White Marsh or Baltimore. I was at White Marsh over the weekend, My Mother In Law is being put up there by the insurance for 6 months while they rebuild her house that my FIL decided to blow up.

Next time just shout, theres a place called Angelinas its in North East Baltimore City, there always raved about as being the Best Crab in B-More, for the past 30 years.
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Post  BlueShoes1 on 9/25/2007, 8:19 am

I've always heard O'Bricky's was the place for crab (or a name close to that). Does that ring a bell, Cravn? I was there about 6 years ago with a gang after a business affair at Inner Harbor. Now, I'm here to tell you I don't eat crab but everyone in the party raved about it.
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Post  ColtsKurt on 9/25/2007, 11:15 am

cravnravn wrote:rebuild her house that my FIL decided to blow up.

Best Crab in B-More, for the past 30 years.


A couple things that just can't go without comment there, Crav...

FIL blew up the freaking house??? Tell us more, tell us more!


So they cleaned up the VD problem, but now brag about the best crabs, eh? Huh, who'd a thunk...
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Post  anything4ABUC on 9/25/2007, 1:01 pm

cravnravn wrote:What Hilton were you at? White Marsh or Baltimore...

Don't think it was either one. It was closer to the airport, in Linthicum, I believe. Pretty new place, by a big movie theater called "Hoyts"..

Thanks for the heads up on the food. I'll definitely give you a message when I go back..
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Post  cravnravn on 9/26/2007, 1:45 am

BlueShoes1 wrote:I've always heard O'Bricky's was the place for crab (or a name close to that). Does that ring a bell, Cravn? I was there about 6 years ago with a gang after a business affair at Inner Harbor. Now, I'm here to tell you I don't eat crab but everyone in the party raved about it.

Hell yeah Mr Norm, O'Brecki's down on Old Eastern Ave in Middle River. Theres quite a few places, every place say they have their own special recipe..BUll, Rock Salt, hot pepper, black pepper and old bay

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Yeah Kurt, I thought you caught onto the thread about me needing a carpenter, a roofer and a concrete man. Yup FIL has been in the Countrys best known burn unit for 7 weeks now, they just brought him out of a coma last week. The cheap bastard went out a purchased a new gas stove, and instead of having them install it, he thought he would save himself 75.00 and do it himself. Well he fucked up, gas settled into the basement, and when the hot water heater's pilot ignited, KABOOOOM, unfortunately for him, he was heading down the basement steps, caught the first fire ball in the face and it scorched his lungs pretty badly, the force also threw him UP the steps and snapped his ankle.
It was touch and go there for a month or so. But it seems now he's in the clear, they have taken the resperator out and now hes breathing on his own.
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Post  ColtsKurt on 9/26/2007, 4:36 am

Wow... ohshit
I remember the thread, but I guess I missed the reason for needing the tradesmen. He's one lucky sumbitch... angel

Insurance gonna take care of things with the house? Were things in good order? If you're needing all this help... I'm thinking not... sucks
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Post  cravnravn on 9/26/2007, 5:56 am

Yes things are in order with the insurance Co, they put my M-I-L up in the Hilton White Marsh, they are now settling on an apartment in the same area. Ins Co says its going to be atleast 6 months for total renovation.
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Post  Administrator on 9/26/2007, 8:32 am

Well he fucked up, gas settled into the basement, and when the hot water heater's pilot ignited, KABOOOOM



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