Maryland crab cakes (G. Garvin)

Posted: May 11, 2005 in Uncategorized

INGREDIENTS:

1 pound lump crab meat

2 tablespoons mayonnaise

3 tablespoons Dijon mustard

2 tablespoons Red Rooster hot sauce

3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 teaspoons parsley

2 teaspoons Old Bay seasoning

1 teaspoon white cracked pepper

1 teaspoon black pepper

3 tablespoons red sautéed pepper

3 tablespoons green sautéed pepper

1 cup regular bread crumbs

1 cup Panco bread crumbs

1 egg

3 tablespoons olive oil

(Click here to get the rest of the recipie and to explore the rest of Garvin’s awsome recipies on the great website of TV One)

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Comments
  1. Kimberly Cooper says:

    I would love your cook book. I also love watching you on tv one

  2. STEPHANIE WOODS says:

    HI, G.GARVIN I ENJOY WATCHING

    YOU’R SHOW AND THE GREAT MEALS

    YOU PREPARE.YOU COOK LIKE I DO

    PRECISE AND ELIGANT.YOU REMIND

    ME OF A MATURE L.L.COOL J.

    LOOKING GOOOOOD !!!!!!!

    P.S. SEE YOU ON THE NEXT SHOW.

    POSEY OUT……………….

    STEPHANIE. R. WOODS

  3. BillieJean Jones says:

    G. Garvin I just watched one of your shows with the short ribs. That was absolutely yummy(like u). I would like to cook for you one day. Hey you look better than LL Cool J, a little more meat is always better(smile).

  4. Sharon Barkley- Hall says:

    I would love to make those turkey chop. Can you tell me where I can buy turkey chops.

    And would you give me the hours of your restaurant in los angeles.

    My hole family watches your show.

    Thanks

  5. Pamela says:

    It was very refreshing and inspirational to see your show. I love Patti Labelle’s show and her recipes, but seeing a nice looking brother turning up the heat is not too bad at all!!! I hope I get a chance to visit your restaurant and experience your cooking first hand.

  6. I am a mom trying to write G.Garvin about my 12 year old son, I have been searching the web to find an avenue to reach him and this is the closes I have come. To keep it brief, I am an old fashion women how beleived men were not to be in the kitchen nor any other house work or “women’s work” and kept my son out of the kitchen, however he was very interested in cooking and always wanted to help me, but I would not allow it. After seeing G. Garvin and with my son by my side, I realized I was very wrong to keep him from cooking and something he seems to love so very much. My son is in the 6th grade and graduating in June, he says he wants to grow up and be a football player and a chef. Now I tell him being a chef is a wonderful career and to follow his passions. I wanted to send him to cooking camp in our town, but we just can not afford it, but I thank God for your show. If we are blessed that this note finds you, maybe you could send my son an autograph or picture, we live in Bensalem, PA. By the way, I am a fabulous cook folks say and can make a gormet meal with a very little budget. I like that I can make your dishes without going broke. I am a singe mom working 2 jobs and love to feed my kids “real food”. My son pretends he is you on the show and evens tries to make gormet peanutbutter and jelly. Who knows he might be next….

    We love you…Dotti and Lawrence Jr.

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