Oh put some tartar sauce on that baby and hand it over. DELISH!!!V
Another person who takes food pics! I love it! Drives my husband nuts! Gotta admit....this really does look good!!
how did I get behind here? you are hard to keep up with my dear friend Daryl!excellent choice of food. I love crab cakes!& your sky is beautiful!
yum, my favorite!
I popped in from Faye's blog and glad I did. What fabulous pictures. I visited NYC twice and loved everything about it so it's a treat to see more photographs of the place.
You're killing me, Daryl....no crab cakes here, but I so want one now....
Love the food shots. Haven't had crab cakes in eons..
This food contributed to the cornfield incident?!? It does look dellcious!
As we say at home, "Put some South in your mouth."
That has OOOHHHH EEEMMMMM GGGEEEE all over it!<><wv=phooeat. I wont go there ;)
even the tray or place mat under the food looks wonderful!!
Depending on the "nature" of your visit, I'm guessing it might have been the tea!
Something tells me the "cornfield visit" might involve a bit o' TMI.I'm not a fan of crab cakes in general -- I like crab, just not turned into crabloaf -- but this one doesn't look too bad. And in a sandwich? I could maybe go for it.But honestly, just steam 'em up and gimme the Tobasco sauce and a lemon and... stand back 'cause this is gonna get messy.
Yummy! Crab cake sandwiches are wonderful!
Not my fave, and you innuendo is the reason.
Despite "the incident", I would be willing to order that again!!
Drool-worthy.. and I'm not even hungry.Someone's going to have to clue me in about the cornfield..
YUM!! Love me some Maryland crabcakes....what happened in the cornfield? Was it a Stephen King incident?N.B. word veri is "boato." Pinky-swear!
Enjoy this one for me!
I'll clue you in on the cornfield. This food went right through someone and there was no lavatory on the way home. I'm just saying.