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The bash also rolls out deals on Abita, a Mardi Gras king cake, live music, a crawfish boil, 10,000 beads, masks, hats.
Here are some other suggestions: • Get a little messy with a seafood boil and order some crawfish at at King Cajun Crawfish, 924 N. Mills Ave. in Orlando.
And, crawfish are starting to get big enough for a boil.
For example, Louisiana used to have a specific law to punish people caught stealing crawfish, which had a different sentence than the punishment for general theft.
Jeremiah spearheads whipping up a low country boil complete with corn, crawfish, potatoes and sausage, shrimp and crab.
The first taste reminded me of the flavor of sausage pulled from a spicy crawfish boil.
The event will include crawfish, Southern and Cajun food, jazz and R&B music, a Mardi Gras pet parade, a photo booth area, beads and more.
In August, reports that crawfish were being spotted in waterways in Michigan prompted alarm.
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Origin and Etymology of crawfish
First Known Use: 1624See Words from the same year
First Known Use of crawfish
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