The Pappas crab cake story from Parkville to wherever you are for the holidays

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As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube takes us throughout the community to tell the best Baltimore Positive stories and Weis conversations, there are none better than the crab cake tales of family lore and secret recipes kept for three generations. Let Steve Pappas tell you the 50-year history history of his family crab cake and Parkville legacy.


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Jeanie Nesbit, Nestor J. Aparicio, Steve Pappas

Nestor J. Aparicio  00:00

Looking back at wn St. Towson, Baltimore and Baltimore positive were positively in Parkville. We are at Pappas, I maybe East house investor, I don’t know man, maybe South perring Parkway. And it’s all brought to you by the Maryland lottery. I’m Raven scratch offs giveaway. I have found a handful these I gotta get rods back I have a few 50th anniversaries but we’re going to be Coco’s next week. We’re going to be a gertrudes on Thursday, we’re going to be the Hollywood casino on Friday with my lousy football picks. It’s all brought to you by our friends at window nation, 866 90 nation, as well as Jiffy Lube, multi care, you know, I have never had this guy on, even though he’s like been behind the scenes up in Cockeysville. We opened Bel Air went down to Glen Burnie I came in today. And she’s like, man, you got all these people here. And there’s people to see. And there’s beer distributors and liquor people and fans at the bar and old friends stopping by and visiting. And I’m thinking Steve’s not gonna come on the show today. And here you are. Look at you. I’m

Steve Pappas  00:58

a unit sir. I have like levels of like, security,

Nestor J. Aparicio  01:03

man, and we like at the top guy here. So I put her top guy do I gotta tell you this I pull in today. And I live on this side of town now. And I wind up thinking of Cockeysville as the Pappas Right. Like when I’m going to get a backhoe to cockys. And I think to myself Parkville. So like my radius, it’s not a radius. They’re still part of it still there. And I’m like, of course, it’s still here. I come by it all the time to see it. But when I see the outside of this building, I’m like 12 years old again. I’m a little boy here for a wedding upstairs. I had my first ever Pappas crabcake and prime rib. So my next door neighbor, Miss triva got married, she was a little older. I don’t say that now that I’m 55 because she might have been 55. She felt 105 To me, but she got remarried later in life. Two man named Kaz and they had their wedding party and reception upstairs as got to be 80 or 81, about 12 years old. And the question was, do you want prime rib or crabcake? That was the thing. And of course me I was sort of an oval teen. I was like, Well, do I have to pick one? And Miss triva said you can have both. She’s from she’s from Virginia. She can have both? And I’m like, Well, you know, so I saw I had both upstairs that day. I had never had primary in my life I looked at and I’m like, You’re gonna cook it more like now we serve it that way. And I’m like, Alright, what’s that? Oh juice that I put in there. So I had my first year and my first pap is crab cake one. And I will say at that time, we didn’t have crab cakes like that, and Dundalk where I was from, you know, even at the time. So you were famous for crab cakes back in the day? Yeah.


It’s been a long time. That’s 40 years ago. What do you Oh my god.

Nestor J. Aparicio  02:47

And I remember is like your building is iconic to this. This building


has had a business in it since the 30s. And yeah, so they were like little kids coming in here that fought in World War Two.

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:00

I felt like that’s how Oh, this building is stupid. Elliot le chiropractors, oh, he grew up up the street here. And I didn’t think to invite him to this morning. And I’m like, do you grew up in a neighbor because I wanted to tell the neighbors or so this is serendipity. That you’re here. When’s the first time you walked in this building? How old were you? 1972.


My father bought this place from Andy Wargo. I don’t know if you guys know Wargo. But any Wargo, his son has a restaurant up in Bel Air. And it was called Margot’s. And actually when my father bought it in 1972, he left the award goes for many years. And people called it Margot’s even after we changed the name to Pappas, for many, many years, you know, it was

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:47

war goes for 2030 was was for a long era when the cold stuff was credible family.


Love those people, the nicest people in the world to

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:59

Argos and you’ve been here 51 years. Yeah. Well, you guys have any two you had your 50th anniversary and I remember talking about it, man. I had employees and years on from with my people, South American folks you have that have worked for you for years talking soccer. Yeah, that was something because the night that happened I didn’t make the event but my timeline. How many Baltimore people we talk small to more people coming by saying hello to me on the set here today. But like, it felt to me like it was like a Baltimore scrapbook.


Oh, yeah. It was that night. special night. It was a special night. Definitely.

Nestor J. Aparicio  04:37

I mean, that was two years. 400 people. Yeah.



Nestor J. Aparicio  04:40

I mean, of all the things that you see you walked in here in 1972. What was this space? What what was a pool table? It


was a steakhouse. It was added at a steak house. And I remember the booths had like a cow print. On the booth had a cow print on the leather Yeah, I’ll never forget it and we used to serve. We used to serve steaks on a sizzling platter.

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:05

I’ll never forget when did the crab cake happen?


I’ll tell you the 80s late 80s.

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:10

I’ve taught Greek families, right. Yeah. You know, I’m over Coco’s causes. They love you guys. I mean, every time I’m constantly, Hey, your episode, we we love them or friends of ours. And I’m like, I love all of it. Right? I mean, and I think there was something about Greek hard working immigrant people. Yeah. And something about this town. And my wife would say the same thing for restaurants in Manchester, New Hampshire. There’s a famous place Puritan back room, Greek family, but the crabcake and the local fair and serving it and how it is kind of unusual here in the family stories and everything I says about the crabcake tour, every one of these institutional places, serves a deliciously different version. And you all keep your secrets and tell me the secret of your When did your crabcake happen?


I had an interesting story I had I have an uncle had an uncle through marriage through the nickel side of my family that had a place in Wilmington, Delaware. And he came by and he showed my father how to make Greg. Of course, somebody in Delaware. Yeah, it’s developed completely different over the years, but that’s how it started. Did

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:27

it heavenly did Wargo Saba crabcakes and seven Yes, they did. Okay,


so you could have a restaurant in Baltimore without having a crab cake. But even then, even even then, yeah, but

Nestor J. Aparicio  06:39

my understanding of the history and the lineage of the crab cake is it was a scrap food, claw meat, it was not a Gucci item. It wasn’t a every bar on the corner. hatom Because everybody had crabs that came out of the water on the east side of town. And that’s where the salty Old Bay jig that’s


what I’m gonna take credit for was that, that I decided to put like large, the best crap beat into the crabcake when other people weren’t,

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:11

and that happens sometimes.


It blew me up and I’m you know, God bless. But, you know, that was that was an eye thing on me that I think that’s what took us over the top. Well, you couldn’t get that No, I was in our crab cake became our thing. You know, what’s what say 9081 82? We went from a steak house to crab cake. Listen, I’m

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:33

a kid that lived in the bus line in Dundalk. My parents never drove right. So coming out here and a tree lined getting off the beltway inside the beltway and coming to this place and be going upstairs and having your crab cake for the first time. It was memorable to me for exactly what you would say. And this anybody from Dundalk would know this to be true. And I I don’t say it is east side. But crab cakes at sub shops at crab houses anywhere you went. And I say this with love. My mother made them this way. There’s a place in Annapolis that still makes them this way. I call them a fried hockey puck. They would take claw special meat, mixing some mayonnaise mustard, some Sal received some Jao, some Old Bay, whatever that is, and fry it in the pan and fry it again and flip it down on crackers. And it was fried, which is I still love fried. I know you broil. It’s good. But I love fried crab cake. But part of that was I had never had a jump but you know what I mean? Come to a place like you or when it became more popular in the 80s when I I think the prime rib started serving a crab cake similar to that. And I call it more of I call it a country club crab cake. Because I think the Pimlico hotel had some lineage is starting. Angelina Angelina is of course that was my favorite crab cake as a kid. So and gone, you’re still here and the venerable part of this is the location still here. I still get to come here. And it’s like better than ever and your four locations. I mean, that really is a testament to what that crabcake did for you. Right? Like literally,


absolutely. Absolutely. It helped a lot. But he still had to do the work, you know? Yeah, it’s a restaurant business, not an easy business for anybody. And you know, but we struggle through it. And we’ve had our ups and downs but we’ve made it over all these years.

Nestor J. Aparicio  09:28

What when people ask you what’s the secret to making it work? I mean, there’s a million secrets, right? But what I mean I’m getting asked that 25 years and you’re like radio 25 years up in Towson, wow, no doubt about it, you know, like, and I’m like, well, the secret for me would be the passion, the love to do it. And the commitment to doing it right. And and for me with what I do to being honest to being accountable honest. Saying you would was very similar to what I was saying was what you would want for food here, right? Yeah. But it’s different


the way I treat my employees He’s, and things like that. Keep my longevity because if you’re in and out of employees, eventually you’re gonna run into a group that’s gonna bury you. So if you find a good group and you treat them right and they stick with you, you can have something that can, you know, stand the test of time. No doubt

Nestor J. Aparicio  10:18

about that. So branching out Bellaire, give me a little I know your, your shipping business, which this time of year. I mean, I’m surprised you’re not it’s unbelievable boxes right now. Thanksgiving, I


have my sister in law she does. Karen Zimmer, she’s just fantastic. She, you know, she was really on top of things when it comes to shipping. And that really helps me out a lot frees me up to spend time with the restaurant to Baltimore positive. Yeah, you know, I have a, I have a great team of management and partners, that, you know, I’m just blessed that you do and I am blessed. But, um, that I would say, that is my best characteristic. I was able to find good people. I can spot talent, and

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:05

sanded away. And then yeah, I’ve been away enough.


Like my, like, Jeanne, my general manager here in Parkville.

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:12

And she she cameras, she’s right here. Come on over. Is she coming to you gonna? Come on? Come on. I got microphones for everybody here. For all my friends here. Pull up. How are you? So she is a Facebook friend. Right? So this is even more important, because when Justin said, you got a call, you’re gonna get Jeannie, here’s her number, put her on. She calls me and I see your last name pop up on my phone. And I looked down and I’m like, she’s Facebook friend. And I didn’t put two and two together that you’re the same person. That and now how long have you been here in part for how long? Have you been running this joint?

Jeanie Nesbit  11:44

I’ve been here. 13 years. That’s all. Wow,

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:47

that’s a long time. Just 13 years. Yeah. Well, I walked in today and you’re like, Man, you brought a crown. And even icebergs, like, man, all these people? Did you plant these people? And I’m like, No, man. This is like a Tuesday before Thanksgiving in part is this part for least house? What do you consider this? I call the Parkville Parkville. So


Jeannie is a friend of my my wife. So you know how I said I like to spot talent. I’m good at spotting talent. Well, I chased her down instead of the other way around, where as she applied for the job, it wasn’t like that. It was more like I was like, You got a very organized, smart friend. Recruit recruited I wanted to dinner one night I recruited or exactly said

Jeanie Nesbit  12:29

Do you like your job? And I said, I love my job. And he said, Well, I want you to come work for me. See, I need that.


That’s exactly true. You know. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  12:37

for my business the next couple of weeks during the holidays, I really work on my business and growth my business. And I know behind the crabcake behind the chicken Milanese behind all the people. There’s a concept here that you’ve managed to replicate throughout the community. Like I’ve been in your Glen Burnie spot. I saw Brian here earlier. I mean, Brian was working over White Marsh Plaza lictors. Me and Fritz 3025 years ago. You know, and again, and I didn’t know he was running Glenburnie and I’m in touch with a Brian at Glenburnie. And falta runs around the corner says Hey, what’s up and I’m like, you hear from lunch? Like you say no, do not run the Brian. You’ve been texting with me? And I’m like, nobody says like, I know your people. Right? It is Baltimore. It is total small to more story here. And for 13 years you’ve been here. I said to him, no disrespect to you and certainly not the Bellaire Glen Burnie but to live downtown. I would always think of the Cockeysville location. It’s big. It’s new, it’s spacious. It feels like it’s been there forever. But when I had Justin on, I remember being there when it was the other thing and when they had other when the before the the Martins facility was there. There was a sports bar there you guys. But I remember you moving into that Plaza from here. And that was such a


champions. Yeah.

Nestor J. Aparicio  13:56

If they also there was a Spanish restaurant out there for a couple of minutes to that was like a to Pepys of the neighborhood kind of thing at that time. But you took this concept and took it up there. I mean, this is not it’s challenging to do one. But to move these things around, and to have people say, well, that becomes my new one. Well, you have to, you know, you don’t want to cannibalize one other place,


right? That happened a little bit here. I want to struggle. When we first opened up Cockeysville it was very much of a struggle to keep things going here in Parkville. Because people want to go to the new place. Right. People wanted to go to the new place, and it was just a little bit close, you know? Well, and

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:37

I think one of the reasons you do it is people move around. I mean, I talked about being in your 42 years ago, right? And the 42 years I’ve lived in Whitemarsh. I’ve lived in Perry Hall. I’ve lived downtown I’ve lived in Dundalk, but you know when I think of a Pappas in the 80s I had to come here right. Then you have choices and the Bel Air things that I could barely you barely had room to set me up up there. cuz I showed up up


there first couple weeks. I wish it was bigger. Yeah,

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:03

but it was a sensation when it when it first opens because the community want to embrace that. There’s so many people in Bel Air who’ve had Epaphras crabcake. Right. Right. And I was waiting your your Bellaire person. Yes,

Jeanie Nesbit  15:17

I am now. I’m a transplant. Okay.

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:19



I think everyone’s a transplant.

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:23

I think for a lot of the Baltimore families moving to Bel Air and for me for my audience, I mean, with the high school with and yes, currently people East Baltimore people Catholic High. They live in Harford County, right. They’ve opened in your crabcakes their whole life. They’re in the side of town. That’s right.


That’s right. Parkville berry Hall in Bel Air.

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:43

I think the thing about this being in here all these years later is how it you’ve kept it sort of the same in that way, right. When you walk into this bar area. There’s somebody that could come back for Thanksgiving. That hasn’t been here in a while that would recognize Oh, yeah, this and it looks really not a lot like cockys Well, it’s not they’re dissimilar right? I mean, they’ve taken on their own personalities. I’m sure the one in Bel Air has its own personality for what it is. Sure. Absolutely. What is this place institutionally for you?


Like what do you mean? The original

Jeanie Nesbit  16:18

school? Yeah. See,

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:20

I see that the keel of being fit as home. Yeah. So more to keel than anything else.


We definitely saw a lot of tequila. Well, we saw a lot of a mix. We have bourbon, two beers and the

Jeanie Nesbit  16:33

Bourbons that tequila is the craft beers. I think that’s what we’re known for here. See

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:37

when I think you’re gonna have a beer with it.


I got Pappas IPA. I got a Pappas. IPC. It’s

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:43

not IPA, guys. That’s a different palette. Yeah.


I’m not either, but it’s a lot of people. Like I

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:51

know, I hear five out of every six taps is an IPA. I know it must be popular, which is not my thing. I’m more stout, especially this time of year. Yeah, I’m gonna go with something a little darker, something heavier. That’s just me, but I love the fact that no offense to Budweiser, Miller and Coors because they’ve kept me alive but me.


More alcohol, less beer wherever the courts see. That’s

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:12

why I’m talking to you guys. Right. But I think every bar is taken on that difference over all the years, which I said, But Miller Coors you know, or and paps in the old days are national. Yeah. Now like bars are there’s a lot more choices. You know, yes. I got ready to pair like a whiskey with a crab cake or whatever. I’m still beer and crab cake for me. Yeah, I’m old school like that. So my wife had a business meeting up in your cockys relocation. And she went up with like, 10 people from her office about a month ago. I say, she’d been going to Paris. I’m like, I’ll text Justin set you up. Go up there. Get a table came over. Say hey, would you get you get something good? Should we go? It’s not the same thing. I’m like, did you get 10 crab cakes. You see every person got a crab cake sandwich. And I’m like, how you get people? I mean, like, always trying to do something different. I think

Jeanie Nesbit  18:04

when people come to Pappas, it’s ingrained in their head or you go to Paris you have to get a crab cake. That’s what I thought I got

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:10

the chicken Milanese and had two bites of it. And I started talking to John Eisenberg doing radio here. And I can’t wait to dig back in. But then I look at the bar. This guy’s got a crab cake and I’m like, Oh, man. So Christian Horton from Hollywood Casino. He’s gonna be our next guest. I’m gonna have your crab cake during that say It’s crab cake tour. We’re gonna have crab cake, right? Yeah, I’ll send to the world love

Jeanie Nesbit  18:28

already ordered you some crab cakes. So they’re on their way.

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:30

Nice. Yeah, see? I said I like him like fried hockey pots, but I’m like me Gucci Pappas. crabcake. Nice. Face up little little round with big law. Yeah, yeah. So my wife this morning said, bringing one out. So she says that, you know, that one for her to my wife did not eat crab cakes before her transplant. So she said bone marrow transplant. So her whole DNA change. Her palates change? Really? Yeah. When I started the crabcake, two or three years, you can like and then I got her out a little bit. I brought her like a little fadeless. I brought a Euro crabcake from Justin two and a half years ago with Mike bordick. wear masks. I brought the crab cake home. She’s like, I think I’m starting to like it a little bit. You know, and now, I never not bring a crab cake home. And I know she eats 60% of what I bring. So she’s on to your crab cake. So she’s all about it. She ordered in your restaurant. That’s what I said to her. I’m like, you want to pass this over to a crab cake. I’m like, it’s kind of shocks me because like, I do business with it. I can bring crap. Yeah, I thought you wouldn’t work into something different now. Now I wanted to crabcake so I can’t even talk her out of it. She stuck on it. So you’re my Facebook friend. How do I know you in the real world?


She knows everybody. Well.

Jeanie Nesbit  19:48

Back in the day. I grew up in Baltimore City. I grew up in Hamden. I went to Western I’m a Western dove. And she grew up with good Shaohua

Nestor J. Aparicio  19:55

making. Okay,


I did okay. I

Jeanie Nesbit  20:00

started back in the brokerage working for little ditties and the original sports spa. That’s how I know you back in like the late 80s, early 90s. And friends with


Mickey Coachella growing up so well and my

Jeanie Nesbit  20:13

dad, okay.


Oh yeah,

Jeanie Nesbit  20:15

I went to the

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:17

bad influence. Mickey did my show when we open up your location in Bel Air. Mickey lives in that neighborhood, right around the corner from Bel Air location.


So maybe we’re young. He was like 16 I was like, now

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:29

I was in hammer Jack’s with him back in the day. You know, when

Jeanie Nesbit  20:33

I went to the broadcasting Institute did turn it 90 Rock and I worked at POC washes. You’re

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:38

good on the mic. Right. So you did you go to BIM? I

Jeanie Nesbit  20:44

graduated in 89. So it was

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:45

after like Robin quivers after Yeah, so

Jeanie Nesbit  20:48

it’s after that? Yes.

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:49

So what Ben would always send me interns at a radio station in the late 90s. Okay, yeah, so I’ve been on the air since late. 91. So you were trying to get through the radio

Jeanie Nesbit  20:59

and 8888 through what’s your

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:03

night, started

Jeanie Nesbit  21:05

my internship at 98 Rock and 88. So that’s Ross Motlow. I was in the morning show with Bob rivers. Oh, you. Tony Acquaviva Aquaman i Absolutely. And then I worked at WP OC shortcode.

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:21


Jeanie Nesbit  21:22

no, Cody was there. Shara Shara was there. Yes. I was there with Steve Nash and stash. Those guys I have some pictures. I’ll show

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:34

the plug Kirk. I’m gonna plug a plug in your band. Kurt. I’m gonna be in Hollywood casino Krishna. I’ll be plugging into their bedico junctions playing Hollywood Casino. Next Friday night. Next Friday. I’m doing the show with Tom Kelso their crabcake tour. They have a delicious salmon BLT. I’m going to be giving Maryland lottery tickets away in Maryland, Indiana and then Kirk’s ban. So add small to more. Did you go to hammer Jackson the day? Oh my gosh, who didn’t show before the reason I did my hair. I know. Steve thinks I did it for him and I shaved it and I smell nice. I know I wanted to look good because you want to look good when you’re Parkville for John eyes. So I would say the reason I did all this I Tommy calm well on the show. Tommy’s playing the record next Saturday night. If you want to rock your ass off, just get over to the record next Saturday, believe me. He’s still great. He’s still young. But like the hammer Jax era and all of that it comes back to me every day. There’s no There’s never a day somebody doesn’t talk. Ravens. Orioles. Aparicio announced crabcakes hammer jacks. But the thing about Baltimore is like we’re all in it together. Yeah. I mean, we really are. I mean, why no doubt about I mean, I’m 35 years of doing this, like it’s crazy. 1972 four locations, you open a place in Bel Air most people open a place or like, I hope people show up. You guys open a place in Bel Air six months ago to like, I hope we if you need more space,


instead of like eight degrees of separation is like one degree of separation and Baltimore, then

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:06

there’s Facebook and LinkedIn. And you know how we’re all interconnected and all that. And I think one of the really cool parts I’ll get, but nobody leaves. Nobody


leaves. No, they leave but they always come back.

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:18

Right? Yeah, especially Thanksgiving or Christmas. And when they come here, they always


come back and live back here. Well, I

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:24

mean, I’ve had so many crabcakes so many


people I’ve known left to go live somewhere else and come back to Baltimore. I don’t know why but they do. Have you found that yourself? Yeah,

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:37

I think it’s a tough place. If you do leave, you need to come back for crabcake for


the hard to replicate in other cities. I know that Yeah.

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:47

I mean, you can go to Florida and you can go to Vegas you can go you know and but there’s something that calls you back to the park Phil quit Yeah, right for sure. Yeah. Your your your cheers pneus for the neighborhood, but I would think a lot of people like me and Dundalk at squires are in Essex. You know, you go home, you’re gonna have a meal if you’re from this area. You’re bringing mom here you’re bringing friends here reunion here. Yeah, your phone rings. That’s what you you it’s your calls like that every day right? Especially holiday time. Right? Right.

Jeanie Nesbit  24:18

And that’s what the that’s what it is here. You know, the the folks would bring their kids who then bring their kids and so on. You know, and you hear stories now these folks sitting on the bar. My parents brought me here my grandparents brought me here when I was upstairs there to watch banquet space. Sure a kid. Yeah. Do wedding.


We’ve remodeled it recently. Oh, my God.

Nestor J. Aparicio  24:43

I want to go up and see I’d have been up there. I got to do

Jeanie Nesbit  24:47

the 200 people share so yeah, mystery

Nestor J. Aparicio  24:50

you can have both. All right, I’m gonna be the primary Ben the crabcake group, Pappas. Parkville come by, see the first cheat sheet GDC agenda behind the bar. At Brian here. We got people here all day long. bringing me water you tried to get me loaded before the show? I can say I was offered free drinks here I can almost


you almost ended up on table 13. Man

Nestor J. Aparicio  25:13

if I had a free drink for every book I’ve given away here. I’d have been under the table. But we’re Pappus Parkfields are brought to you by our friends at the Maryland lottery giveaway some ravens scratch offs. We’re going to be Coco’s on Wednesday. We’re at gertrudes on Thursday at the BMA with Dan Rodricks promoting Baltimore you have no idea. You love Baltimore, go see that show with Dan Rogers get over to the BMA before Christmas support dance for local theater. Next Friday. We’re gonna be in Hollywood casino in Perryville. We are going to be at State Fair in Kingsville. On the fifth in the morning, we’re going to be at the curio and foreign daughter our first ever cannabis dispensary crabcake tour, we’re importing a crab cake and it’s a mystery. I did this I did 30 crab cakes in 30 days. All right. And it’s a tribute to you because you could be involved in this. I had a crab cake and I’m not going to say where it is right now because it’s a little bit of a mystery. That was just a phenomenal, phenomenal crab cake. So I did 30 crab cakes in 30 days then I did 31 in 31 days last August for my 31st anniversary on radio. Okay, so I’ve had crabcakes everywhere I could haven’t been to core truth next Thursday. I’m coming for you, John. And there’s some places that are venerable that I still haven’t been alright, so I’m holding a few back for this that whatever. But I had one one day and it came recommended to me from a food blogger. And she said you got to go over get this guy’s crab cake. It’s fantastic. And I picked it up on late the day 18 It was a cop out day because some of these days I went to Ocean City some days I went to Cambridge some days I went below Cambridge. Some days I was in Rocky gap. I mean, I went all over the state Southern Maryland down down Solomons. I mean I’ve had crab cakes everywhere in the state. And this gal served to me I didn’t make a stink I wasn’t nasty Nestor I went in ordered it paid for took it home. took it home. My wife’s a guy get a crab cake today. So yeah, I got a crab cake. So she took the video camera because she was videoing me. I started to eat and I’m like that’s good crab cake and a stop. I got it. That’s really good. I had to edit together five pieces. How good does crab cake was is very similar to your crab cake. Like his same sort of slurry. It’s more of a wet sort of lump thing. But she’s out on the west side of town she I haven’t talked to her. But I want her to be the crabcake curious so I have to talk so mystery so little breadcrumbs always


east side. I love to hear something going on in the west side. crabcakes

Nestor J. Aparicio  27:32

we got 170 psi cracking you have a difference. Each cake is much more salty much more open much more hockey, hockey puck. You know, records in your different man reenable shipping for you guys still have everybody how to do it. And the best way to

Jeanie Nesbit  27:51

have is Yeah, that’s it and look for Friday. We’re going to drop a code for some specials for Black Friday for shipping. So check it out online follow us on social media and was spent

Nestor J. Aparicio  28:01

so much money on Black Friday. It’s gonna kill me because I gotta buy things. You know, when you get up on Black Friday. You need a pillow you wait, you get up on Black Friday, you need long underwear because it’s your weight when you get up but you know, like Black Friday black, so um, get the credit card out. Yeah, gotta have sponsors. Steve Pappas. Genie here. We’re perhaps Parkville on my big thanks and Mayor Lauder, window nation and Jiffy Lube MultiCare as well as John Eisenberg. Rockman. Christian Ortiz gonna be here from Hollywood Casino. My picks have just, I can’t pick my nose man. I did terrible 595 And nine on down to these are good oral numbers. 83 and 79 and four, so you can remember 1983 79 Four, but it’s I’m skating close to 500 here I’m gonna talk to Christian from Hollywood Casino. We’re gonna be with him next Friday as well. I have my gavel. This is a ingenuity here. This is that put engineers to run to help with that. This is actually this is a this is a beer opener on a crab claw mallet. I feel like Judge Judy, your judge. Wow. That’s awesome. Thanks for Thanks for your partnership. Genius in that is unbelievable. Leonard Raskin. He does this for money that we didn’t think of that before empowering people to choose their financial future Raskin global. It’s patent pending, but he knows where to get them. Back for more for Pappas Parkville stay with us right after this.

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