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1st Maryland Crab Cake Tour: Day 5 Who picks those crabs that become your crab cake and discussing District 1 in Chestertown with Heather...

On the fifth day of his 30-day, 30-crab cake journey in 2021, Nestor spent the morning at the J.M. Clayton crab picking facility in downtown Cambridge and rolled north to Chestertown to spend the afternoon discussing D.C. politics with Heather Mizeur.

Jack Brooks joins Nestor to explain why Maryland crab industry needs immigrant help to get a crab cake to your table this summer

Jack Brooks joins Nestor to explain why Maryland crab industry needs immigrant help to get a crab cake to your table this summer

Once again, Eastern Shore crab industry faces immense political hurdles to get Maryland crab cakes to your table

Jack Brooks of J.M. Clayton in Cambridge joins Nestor to explain why the Maryland crab industry needs immigration help from the federal government to get a crab cake to your table this summer.

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presents: Everything you need to know about why crab meat is so expensive

In addition to a long video series we'll present at Baltimore Positive in September after the #CrabCakeTour from inside his picking facility in Cambridge, this is a long-form chat with Jack Brooks of J.M. Clayton Seafood along with Damye Hahn of Faidley's in Baltimore discussing why those crab cakes cost what they do in the summer of 2021.

Nestor gets a full education on the crab picking industry and where the crab cakes come from in Cambridge from Jack Brooks and Damye...

Nestor gets a full education on the crab picking industry and where the crab cakes come from in Cambridge from Jack Brooks and Damye Hahn
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