Visit our store in Camp Hill, PA

Our Camp Hill, PA facility has Sherri’s famous crab cakes and crab soup for walk-in customers to purchase. Please call us (717-762-3322) before coming to ensure we are here and stocked with what you need. You can also place orders online for Sherri’s Crab Cake Kits to be delivered directly to your door.

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Products Available for Walk-in Customers

  • Crab Cakes: Frozen or Fresh
  • Crab Cake Kits: Use our ingredients to make fresh Sherri’s Crab Cakes at home.
  • Cream of Crab Soup: Frozen or Fresh
  • If you’d like either fresh Crab Cakes or Cream of Crap soup, please call us ahead of time so we can have it ready when you arrive.

If you’re looking for fresh product, please contact us ahead of time so that we have time to prepare your package.

1909 W State St, Camp Hill, PA 17011

How to cook products picked up from our facility

How to Cook Crab Cakes

Remove from freezer and remove wrapping. Cover lightly and refrigerate for 3-4 hours or until completely thawed.

To Pan Fry

  • Place Crab Cake in pre-heated greased sauté pan.
  • Cook on medium heat until golden brown on each side and a minimum of 165 degrees internal temperature for 15 seconds.

In Oven

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place Crab Cake on greased or non-stick cookie sheet.
  • Bake until internal temperature reaches a minimum of 165 degrees for 15 seconds.

How to Cook Cream of Crab Soup

If frozen, remove from freezer and refrigerate until completely thawed. This may take up to 24 hours. Please note, cream base soups burn easily and must be heated slowly.

On Stove

  • Place soup in pan.
  • *Heat slowly on low heat to a minimum of 155 degrees.

In Oven

  • Place in microwaveable pan
  • Set microwave to a low heat setting
  • *Heat up, checking periodically, until heated to 155 degrees.

*NOTE: Cream base soups burn easily and must be heated slowly.