Category: Crawfish in other places

When in the Bahamas, do as the Bahama Mammas do…EAT LOCAL!

In the Caribbean, they eat crawfish. In fact, they love crawfish. But what they call crawfish are really lobsters, the Spiny Lobster, that is (some call it the Gulf Spiny Lobster or the Florida Spiny Lobster). There is a regulated…

He’s no Crocodile Dundee – He’s Crayfish Bob!

The Americans are invading England… and the British like it, sort of. But Before the Beefeaters become Crawfisheaters you should know that the English government introduced the big-clawed American Signal Crawfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) to the island nation in the 1960s…

A Cajun will travel anywhere for crawfish

Just returned from a week in Uganda. First stop was Lake Bunyonyi in Southwestern Uganda. Lake Bunyonyi is renowned for its crayfish a.k.a. crawfish. Stayed at the Heritage Lodge on Ha’Buharo Island. Had to take a boat to get to…

Crawfish are good in Fort Wayne, but is his name really DuVall?

“I wasn’t looking for a bargain as I made my way down the stone steps into the dark basement that is home to Bourbon Street Hideaway,” wrote Ryan DuVall of the Fort Wayne, Indiana Journal Gazette. But what he found…

They’ve got ’em in Arkansas

Only days before, the woods around the lake had been inundated with 12 to 18 inches of water. As the White River dropped, however, the water was pulled out, leaving behind wet, muddy, leaf-strewn ground. Even then, with the water…