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(MSN)   Hey y'all, if you are having a crawfish boil, here is how you choose the right pot for it   (msn.com) divider line
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2020-07-16 8:48:28 AM  
Kind of works for Maryland blue crabs, too. A turkey-fryer like pot works good there too.
 
2020-07-16 9:16:48 AM  
Any decent, full bodied pot will enhance the final product.
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2020-07-16 9:55:39 AM  
 If you are thinking of hosting a crawfish boil and need to read this article, don't host the boil. Call a friend. Hell, call me. "Well, I was gonna go to my grandma's funeral today but f*ck it I'll be right over."
 
2020-07-16 12:45:11 PM  
Puff pastry could take lessons from this article.
 
2020-07-16 12:49:53 PM  
I do a boil for Christmas every year and usually one in the fall.  Such an easy meal.  You can do all the prep work (which is maybe about thirty minutes) the night before, bag everything up, and leave it in the fridge.  Gulf shrimp, crawfish, sausage (I get two or three different kinds for variety), some blue crabs if you want, corn, potatoes, onions, garlic, celery, spice mix, hot sauce, and about a 50/50 water/beer mix.

red5ish: Puff pastry could take lessons from this article.


How much did you pay to read it?
 
2020-07-16 1:02:17 PM  
Nice to have a crawfish boil article now that crawfish season has ended. I would not trust anyone at this point trying to sell me crawfish. I won't buy any after early June...and to me, that's still kind of late.
 
2020-07-16 1:14:15 PM  

FLMountainMan: I do a boil for Christmas every year and usually one in the fall.  Such an easy meal.  You can do all the prep work (which is maybe about thirty minutes) the night before, bag everything up, and leave it in the fridge.  Gulf shrimp, crawfish, sausage (I get two or three different kinds for variety), some blue crabs if you want, corn, potatoes, onions, garlic, celery, spice mix, hot sauce, and about a 50/50 water/beer mix.

red5ish: Puff pastry could take lessons from this article.

How much did you pay to read it?


I read the photo caption that suggested you use a pot you're comfortable with.
 
2020-07-16 1:39:28 PM  
Love me some mud bugs. Can't get them here anymore though.
 
2020-07-16 1:54:24 PM  

red5ish: FLMountainMan: I do a boil for Christmas every year and usually one in the fall.  Such an easy meal.  You can do all the prep work (which is maybe about thirty minutes) the night before, bag everything up, and leave it in the fridge.  Gulf shrimp, crawfish, sausage (I get two or three different kinds for variety), some blue crabs if you want, corn, potatoes, onions, garlic, celery, spice mix, hot sauce, and about a 50/50 water/beer mix.

red5ish: Puff pastry could take lessons from this article.

How much did you pay to read it?

I read the photo caption that suggested you use a pot you're comfortable with.


Well SHIAAAT!  (Waves off forklift carrying oversized cauldron.)  (scuffs dirt with a boot.)
 
2020-07-16 3:36:43 PM  
If you dont suck the head (I dont care for it) crawfish are a lot of work for a little tail meat imo.
 
2020-07-16 3:53:39 PM  

dickfreckle: If you are thinking of hosting a crawfish boil and need to read this article, don't host the boil. Call a friend. Hell, call me. "Well, I was gonna go to my grandma's funeral today but f*ck it I'll be right over."


If Grandma is Cajun she may decide that St. Peter can wait and come along as well.
 
2020-07-16 4:14:02 PM  

Igor Jakovsky: If you dont suck the head (I dont care for it) crawfish are a lot of work for a little tail meat imo.


Yes, a bit of work for a little tail mean. Totally worth it, imo. Because that is some damn tasty shiat.
 
2020-07-16 8:57:03 PM  
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2020-07-17 10:46:30 AM  

Igor Jakovsky: If you dont suck the head (I dont care for it) crawfish are a lot of work for a little tail meat imo.


Yeah, I'm only interested in crawfish if it's in a PoBoy or a Jambalaya or something prepared like that.  Otherwise, they're just not worth the hassle.
 
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