Monday, June 08, 2009

A Note to All Y'all Who Are "Following" Me:

I'm sorry that I still have not figured out how to follow people's blogs. I know I have successfully followed people's blogs in the past, but I have forgotten how! Sorry about that, guys. Thank you for following me and I will be visiting y'all's blogs if you have 'em!

In the meantime, here's something entertaining:

10 comments:

Pigtown-Design said...

i know you never read your charm city e-mail, so i will tell you here: maggie moo (?) used to make old bay ice cream.

John said...

Now I feel bad :(

Thanks for telling me that. Maybe I should try making it? I've recently started checking my charm city account more often, but I am embarrassed to admit that I should be doing it more.

Chow and Chatter said...

when in Raleigh area, if you like India go to Chatham st in Cary can find Authentic Indian and theres lots of fab Vietnamese in Greensboro, around High Point Rd, oh and thats so interesting about the crab cakes coming from NC! Rebecca

John said...

Rebecca: Thanks for the info about Greensboro and Raleigh snackin'! I hadno't realized: there really are more and more Maryland crab cakes being made with North Carolina crabs! Still the majority use Chesapeake Bay crab meat (except Phillips - most of their crab meat comes from Thailand from what I hear), but I am indeed seeing more crabs coming from off the Tar Heel coast.

Brad - BeerInBaltimore.com said...

2 words: GOOGLE READER

Dan said...

I had the Old Bay ice cream a year or so ago at Moxley's in Towson. Here was the exchange as I ordered...

DT: "I'll have a Moxley sundae with Old Bay."
BOTH CLERKS (in unison): "REALLY?!"
DT: "Wait – is that not good? Am I the first person to order this?"
CLERK 1: "Well, no. Somebody else came in and bought a pint."
CLERK 2: "But other than that? Yeah."

I actually liked it. My wife not so much.

John said...

Okay guys, i am going to do this. I am going to eat ice cream with Old Bay. And not one of those low-grade ice creams neither. No, a good, yummy ice cream. Dan, was that a vanilla, or was it more like what Meg was suggesting - a full-blown Old Bay ice cream?

LoveFeastTable said...

Stop by at our table for a visit! There are two of us, but one of us is a fellow Baltimore blogger! Old Bay ice cream...not so sure.

Dan said...

John, this was definitely an Old Bay heavy ice cream. There was not a "hint" of it, but rather a full-flavored Old Bay explosion. This would be a good weekend to try it... the Os are having a big Old Bay fest before the game with the Braves. Charm City Cakes made a giant Old Bay can cake and Duff is throwing out the first pitch. I think it's the 70th anniversary.

John said...

Dan: I got an email about the Duff cake, but wasn't sure what to make of it. I also just read about the Guinness Book of World Records-breaking crab cake on tap for HonFest Saturday.