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Givens' victim, Dorothy Mae Bankston, 39, was found dead in a canal off Almonaster Road by three boys scavenging for crawfish a month after her mother reported her missing.
The duck jambalaya featured huge chunks of duck breast that combined beautifully with the sausage and crawfish.
The Waiting Room in Northwest Portland is hosting a Porch Party series on Sundays with a crawfish boil, daiquiris, soft shell crab po'boy, oysters on the half shell and more.
Special events are also available throughout the weekend, including a crawfish boil and a late-night smoking class with Myron Mixon.
Tickets to each of the boils are $30, which includes 3 pounds of crawfish and unlimited draft beer.
Okra’s Cajun Occasion 3 Bring a blanket or lawn chair for the third annual crawfish boil, featuring a performance by Kitty and the Fat Cats.
Okra’s Cajun Occasion 3 Take a blanket or lawn chair to the third annual crawfish boil, featuring a performance by Kitty and the Fat Cats.
Okra’s Cajun Occasion 3 Bring a blanket or lawn chair for the third annual crawfish boil, featuring a performance by Kitty and the Fat Cats. Noon-4 p.m. Manassas Museum lawn, 9101 Prince William St., Manassas.
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Origin and Etymology of crawfish
by folk etymology from Middle English crevis, kraveys
First Known Use: 1624See Words from the same year
Definition of crawfish
: to retreat from a position : back out I crawfished as fast as I could — Mark Twain
First Known Use of crawfish
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