GENIUS TikTok Food Hacks To Do When You’re Bored at Home!

If you’re hungry and bored at home and we KNOW you are.. here are some GENIUS food hacks to try at home!!

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60 things to do when you’re stuck at home

60 things you can do during self-isolation
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How to pick and eat crab like a Baltimore native | Where Locals Go

Certain foods are intuitive to eat, like popcorn or a burger. You just grab them and go. Other dishes take more effort and precision, like Maryland’s famous steamed blue crabs. At first glance, the delicacy can be intimidating to the uninitiated. There are the seemingly impenetrable shell and beady little eyes to avoid.

To clear up confusion about how to eat Maryland blue crabs, we went to Baltimore to talk to Damye Hahn, whose family has owned Faidley’s Seafood Market since 1886. Housed in the historical Lexington Market, Faidley’s is a Maryland seafood institution best known for its award-winning lump crab cakes. But visitors can get their crab in a lot of ways at Faidley’s. Beyond the lump crab cake, there’s crab soup, soft-shell crab sandwiches and steamed crabs, among other preparations.


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