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Fisher's Famous Crab House Mustard Now Available at Graul's

"Tastes like a bushel of steamed crabs," according to Brian Fisher, owner of Fisher's Famous.

Fisher's Famous Crab House Mustards is now on sale at Graul's Market in Annapolis.|Photo courtesy Brian Fisher
Fisher's Famous Crab House Mustards is now on sale at Graul's Market in Annapolis.|Photo courtesy Brian Fisher
Fisher's Famous Hot Dog cart may be closed for the season, but fans can still find a taste of their favorite summer treat on the shelves of Graul's Market in Annapolis. 

Fisher's Famous Crab House Mustard, originally developed as a topping for the specialty Chesapeake Bay Dog, is now for sale at Graul's. 

"It was obviously created with local taste buds in mind as it's a celebration of the classic Maryland-style crab feast," Brian Fisher, owner of Fisher's Famous, said in an email.

The mustard, Fisher said, tastes like a bushel of steamed crabs. 

The hot dog stand has been serving up Chicago, New York, LA, and Atlanta style dogs, as well as locally named "Edgewiener" and "Davidsondog," since June 2012. 

Fisher's, which located on Route 214 in Edgewater and only open Saturdays, closed for the season on Oct. 26, but will reopen for on Memorial Day 2014. 

Until then, you can top your homemade dogs and sandwiches with Fisher's Famous Crab House Mustard from Graul's Market. Graul's is located 607 Taylor Rd. in Annapolis. 

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