When people hear the word, crabby, some immediately think of a mood. Others think blue crabs seasoned and steamed up to perfection.
Crabby.com, the crab house review site, has been rebuilt. I have had the time to do it, given that my job was eliminated during the pandemic.
While it still houses Colleen’s collection of crab house reviews, it now also has become a site dedicated to general crabby-ness. You can buy shirts and mugs featuring crabs and crabby sayings. One section is dedicated to the medical world, as I have a brother-in-law and sister dealing with cancer.
The mugs are being printed by a company I trust to do a good job. The shirts are made in the USA and are high-quality. There are a few other products on the site. If there is a particular product you would like me to carry, I can look into it.
As far as the reviews are concern, here is Colleen’s take:
Quite frankly, I’m one of those people who gets crabby when she doesn’t get enough steamed crabs.
I’m no culinary expert, and I’m not paid by restaurants and carry-outs. What I am is a person who loves to eat steamed crabs. I grew up in Maryland and have lived in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia, as well as North Carolina and New York.
I have a deep affection and appreciation for both the watermen and the scientists of Chesapeake Bay.
What you’ll find on this site will be my personal opinions and experiences as I sample crab shacks across the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Of course, I welcome your opinions and thoughts on where to find the best crabs.
Feel free to post a comment on the site or to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.