West Reading Avenues Winter 2017 - 31
Baltimore Style Crab Cakes
Make your holiday special!
1 Cup Mayonnaise
2 Large Eggs
2 Tbsp. Dijon Mustard
2 Tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1 Tsp. Old Bay Seasoning
1 lb. Fresh Lump Crabmeat
1 lb. Fresh Jumbo Lump Crabmeat
4 Slices White Bread or
2 Cups Crushed Saltines
or Bread Crumbs
1/2 Cup Canola Oil
Mix mayonnaise, eggs, mustard, Worcestershire and Old Bay.
Tear bread into small pieces about the size of the jumbo lumb meat.
Toss with the lump and jumbo lump meat. Gently fold in the mayonnaise
mix. Cover and refrigerate for one hour.
RECEIVING FRESH SEAFOOD 6 DAYS A WEEK
Fresh Fish * Shrimp * Crab & Lobster * Clams and Mussels
Seafood Dips * Holiday Seafood Specialties
3024 Penn Ave
Scoop into approximately 1/3 lb. cakes
* Baltimore crab cakes are traditionally fried until crisp. In a large skillet,
heat oil, add crab cakes and cook over medium high until golden
brown on both sides (approximately 4-5 minutes per side).
Serve with a lemon wedge.
* Preheat oven to 350-400 degrees; bake or broil 15-20 minutes
until they start to brown. Serve with lemon wedge.
Makes 12 Crab Cakes.
Adelphia Seafood will always provide complimentary lemons
with your purchase!
The West Reading Elm Street program and the WRCRF depend
on the support of many volunteers and donors who have helped
these organizations' vision and ideas become reality. Many of
our partners have told me the reason they support Elm Street
is because of the state funding that protects and leverages their
investments. And, I believe the support of the state proves that
WRCRF is a well-managed, productive program that can compete,
form partnerships, leverage donor contributions and address the
needs of the community.
traffic safety, public art projects, and foreclosed properties purchased
by the WRCRF program that have been modernized, improved
and sold to qualified homeowners.
Additionally, they were able to see how West Reading leveraged
state funds with federal grants, municipal bonds and donations
from local foundations and companies. The walking tour ended
on Penn Avenue, where Governor Wolf spoke with shoppers and
diners about their experiences in West Reading.
It's important that prospective businesses and homeowners
see that public and private sector investment is occurring
in West Reading. This encourages them to buy and stay
here. Additionally, these improvements encourage existing
property owners to rehabilitate and maintain their properties,
which increases property values and strengthens the tax base.
A community with tastefully decorated and well-maintained
properties clearly reflects the confidence of property owners in