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Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 8 April 2013 in Food & Cuisine and Portfolio.

Ok all you non-Lousiana types, look upon what we natives regard as a feast. Boiled crawfish, in all their glory. Hot, spicy, delectable, sweet, juicy. Mmmmm! I can see the cringes of the uninitiated as they consider what is a rite of passage for all in the eating of these wonderful little crustaceans - the art of "sucking the heads" and sampling the hotly peppered flavor of the spicey boil. Down home (or is that "up" from my present Florida peninsular perspective), it don't get much better than this, cher. I guaronnnnteeeee!

Apple iPhone 4S 1/15 second F/2.4 ISO 400 5 mm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

My mouth is watering Glenn! ;-)

8 Apr 2013 11:28am

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I'll just take your word for it, and leave it all for you. ;-)

8 Apr 2013 2:28pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States


8 Apr 2013 2:38pm

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

I have never eaten these,do they taste like crayfish/lobster? They look like prawns, yet their heads are much bigger, like that of a lobster! I am thinking mayonnaise will be a heavenly pair with these beautiful creatures...yummy!:)

8 Apr 2013 5:39pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

I like your photo, buy . . . we tried them once in Gulfport ... but sucking the heads is tough for we northerners. ;D
Now give me a lobster and I can find lots of meat in the crevices of the head. (grin)

8 Apr 2013 10:15pm

Apple iPhone 4S
1/15 second
ISO 400
5 mm