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Nestor tells the Pappas crab cake story with Justin Windle in Cockeysville

Nestor tells the Pappas crab cake story with Justin Windle in Cockeysville

Experiencing the Pappas crab cake and telling the story of how it got so famous

As one of Oprah's "favorite things", this crab cake has got to be good! Nestor tells the Pappas crab cake story with owner Justin Windle in Cockeysville.

Nancy Hafford of Towson Chamber of Commerce tells Nestor about the local restaurant journey of COVID

Nancy Hafford of Towson Chamber of Commerce tells Nestor about the local restaurant journey of COVID

Holding Towson together during the COVID storm

Nancy Hafford of Towson Chamber of Commerce joins Nestor on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Nacho's Mama's to discuss how every restaurant in her business district managed to survive the last 18 months of pandemic mayhem.

Marshall Weston of Restaurant Association of Maryland joins Nestor at Costas to discuss importance of Maryland Restaurant Week

Marshall Weston of Restaurant Association of Maryland joins Nestor at Costas to discuss importance of Maryland Restaurant Week

Everything you want to know about Maryland Restaurant Week is here

Marshall Weston of Restaurant Association of Maryland joins Nestor at Costas Inn on the #CrabCakeTour to give all of the "in the kitchen" details of Maryland Restaurant Week from September 17th through 26th all over our great state. Eat! Drink! Enjoy!

The best crab cake in Harford County just might be at Barrett’s On The Pike

In the finale of our three segments with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, we bring on a secret recipe from the Bel Air kitchen of Paul Silberman as our Maryland Crab Cake Tour rolls up Route 1 and into our bellies.

Curbside pizza and meatballs with a side of trusted advice on your deed

Our Catonsville partner Lou Weinkam has some end-of-year-advice on a real-life checklist for things to be thinking about amidst COVID madness. Oh, some guidance on the menu at Franco's on Frederick Road as well...
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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 15: The Food Market in Hampden and Checkerspot in Federal Hill

The fifteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a bit of a wild card and last-minute detour to a pair of great places in Baltimore City. The Food Market was a strong #JennStrong selection and Checkerspot hit the spot as a rare "open on Monday" brewery in the region. We'll be heading back to Hampden to explore the rest of that incredible menu.

Stokley: The price to pay for Russell Wilson

Former wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV champion Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore from Denver to discuss Broncos woes and long-term marriage to Russell Wilson amidst new ownership and losing football.

#ColumnNes Regarding Lamar Jackson, the lack of maturity is a bigger issue than an ugly tweet

If Lamar Jackson regrets the statement to the fellow in Pennsylvania, he should’ve offered an apology to him. If he regrets the world seeing his ugly words, Jackson has a platform with a million followers and could’ve offered an apology. If it was truly “out of character,” then show your character and admit a mistake and move on.
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