Cookbook:Crawfish

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Crawfish are crustaceans related to shrimp, crab, lobster, and krill. Crayfish are sometimes known as crawdads, mudbugs, or crayfish.

Crawfish can be found in muddy holes on the edge of a stream or pond, either above or below the waterline. They can pinch quite well.

Crawfish are usually boiled whole, often with boil seasoning in the water. Most of the meat is in the tail and head, but some meat may be sucked out of the claws.

Last modified on 10 December 2012, at 06:46