Now that summer is finally over, many schools across the state have welcomed students back with open arms. As students begin to adjust once again on the weekly school routine, parents begin to make adjustments as well. What used to be easy-going evenings spent firing up the grill has quickly shifted to hectic evenings trying to make it to bed before 9.
Parents will have their minds filled with scheduling adjustments, sports events, back to school nights, and homework. With so much activity taking place, it can be hard for parents to plan out dinner for their families, not to mention actually prepare the meal. To make things easier, parents are able to order crab cakes online to make school nights, well, a piece of cake!
Our crab cakes can be ordered in bundles of 4, 6, 12, and 24 depending on the size of your family. All you have to do is heat them up and cook up some sides! With Box Hill handling the heavy lifting, parents have more time to focus on the other hectic events going on during the school night. Sides can be as simple as a fresh garden salad with some seasonal vegetables. You can also pair your crab cakes with baked potatoes, mashed potatoes, rice, or couscous depending on what you have handy in your pantry. If you are having a more hectic evening, fun chips or pretzels can work as a side when you substitute your crab cakes for a burger. No matter what style of dinner you wish to have for your school night, our crab cakes are here to be the star!
Located in Abingdon, Maryland, our crab cakes are available year round and can be ordered online to be shipped straight to your front door. Order online here or call us at (410)-515-3662. If you ever have any questions or comments about Box Hill or our Maryland crab cakes, use our contact form here.
Here are the easy cooking steps for your crab cakes:
- For 8-10 minutes, preheat your over at a temperature of 425 degrees.
- Use a pan without grease, using only a small amount of butter or water to cook your crab cakes on.
- Cook crab cakes for about 20 minutes, depending on your oven. Crab cakes should be firm and have a golden brown top with an internal temperature of 145 degrees.
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