Tomorrow is Independence Day! The most celebrated holiday in the United States of America, the 4th of July is considered the birthday of America when the members of the Continental Congress signed the Declaration of Independence. Since 1776, Americans across the country have found developed traditions when it comes to celebrating this joyous holiday. Most 4th of July activities include parades and cookouts during the day with firework shows that evening. Some may be wondering what they should serve for their 4th of July cookout, or what they should bring when they arrive to a friend’s home. Not to worry, Box Hill is here to help!
Box Hill Crab Cakes are the perfect entrée for any cookout or potluck dinner on 4th of July! Our crab cakes are versatile and can be used as a substitute for beef patties on burgers, or they can stand alone and be their own entrée. Replace your beef patty with an all-natural, Maryland Crab meat crab cake from Box Hill! Place one of our delicious crab cakes on a toasted bun, add some lettuce and light tartar sauce, and you have a seafood “burger” that is out of this world! Want to serve something a little more formal? Serve our crab cakes alone! Our crab cakes are prepared and seasoned perfectly to highlight the savory flavor of the Maryland Blue Crab. Your only job is to pick a light side to pair with our crab cakes. Choose something light for a side like French fries or a green vegetable to serve along with the crab cakes or a fresh salad with a light dressing.
Box Hill Crab Cakes are prepared to decrease the work for you! Our crab cakes are shipped to your front door ready to be cooked. Follow our directions on how to cook our crab cakes to have your meal prepared to perfection.
From our Box Hill family to yours, we wish everyone a happy and safe 4th of July this year. We will continue to bring you our famous Box Hill Crab Cakes for holidays to come.
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