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  1. #11
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    So we boiled up 95 lbs today and man where they tasty. I had about 5 lbs myself and the corn and mushrooms where excellent. Was a great day for a crawfish boil!


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    "craw fish are like mini lobster..you can find them in creeks..as a guy who lives in FL you should know haha "

    Oh, creeks down here are WAY different than creeks up north. Down here you have stuff in those creeks that want to kill you.

    If your a southern kid who enjoys playing in creeks, you grow up to star in "swamp people".

    ALL lobsters down here are mini lobsters. They don't even have claws. Ain't nothin' better than a New England lobster!

    Crawfish sounds interesting. One of these days I do want to try them.

    Corn and mushrooms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipperyrockTKE300 View Post
    "craw fish are like mini lobster..you can find them in creeks..as a guy who lives in FL you should know haha "

    Oh, creeks down here are WAY different than creeks up north. Down here you have stuff in those creeks that want to kill you.

    If your a southern kid who enjoys playing in creeks, you grow up to star in "swamp people".

    ALL lobsters down here are mini lobsters. They don't even have claws. Ain't nothin' better than a New England lobster!

    Crawfish sounds interesting. One of these days I do want to try them.

    Corn and mushrooms?
    Yes, when you boil crawfish you do not boil them just by themselves. You add thinks like corn, potatoes, mushrooms, and lemons to pot to help add flavor as well of soak up some of spice. The corn from crawfish is some of the best you can eat (if you like spicy food).


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    We do a boil every year at our church. It's coming up next week. Our buddy who owns a welding shop in town has a huge pot we use. Man, it is some good food.





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    "Yes, when you boil crawfish you do not boil them just by themselves. You add thinks like corn, potatoes, mushrooms, and lemons to pot to help add flavor as well of soak up some of spice. The corn from crawfish is some of the best you can eat (if you like spicy food). "

    Sounds very similar to a New England Clam bake.

    Lobsters, steamers, little neck clams, potatoes and corn on the cob. When it has cooked inder ground for two hours, everything is dipped in butter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipperyrockTKE300 View Post
    "Yes, when you boil crawfish you do not boil them just by themselves. You add thinks like corn, potatoes, mushrooms, and lemons to pot to help add flavor as well of soak up some of spice. The corn from crawfish is some of the best you can eat (if you like spicy food). "

    Sounds very similar to a New England Clam bake.

    Lobsters, steamers, little neck clams, potatoes and corn on the cob. When it has cooked inder ground for two hours, everything is dipped in butter.

    Yes it is very much like a clam bake.


    Kane that pot is awesome and Dayum that looks tasty!!!
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    where do you buy mass quantities of crawfish in Florida?

    I gotta try this
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    This particular boil is a shrimp boil with tons of huge gulf shrimp. You can use crawfish like they do at a local restaurant called Po' Boys Creole Cafe. Mmmmmm.
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  9. #19
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    Ed try any seafood restaurant, especially Cajun ones. I wouldn't buy a sack (approx 30 lb) and try to to cook it myself for my first time trying


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    Quote Originally Posted by slipperyrockTKE300 View Post
    where do you buy mass quantities of crawfish in Florida?

    I gotta try this
    I don't know about FL but you can order live crawfish online right from LA. I am sure you can find a restaurant or wholesaler in FL that has them for sale.
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