By Glen Pitre
Research and interviews spice this pleasant e-book that info the connection among crawfish and humans--from antiquity to the recent York markets of the Eighteen Eighties; from Depression-era pauper's banquet to gourmand entree of the Eighties Cajun cooking craze; from spring afternoon hobby to trendy aquaculture agribusiness.
To get the reader's mouth watering, greater than dozen recipes from those that comprehend crawfish best--both well-known cooks and crawfishers--are interspersed all through. Sections supply recommendation on catching, paying for, dealing with, cooking, and, if you desire to simplify their encounters with crawfish, ordering tasty dishes in eating places. incorporated also are a bibliographical essay, an index to recipes, and a listing of resources for spices, paraphernalia, and airfreight shipments of crawfish.
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