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Deanie’s offers Tips on Eating Local Louisiana Seafood in Season

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Feb 08 2017

Mardi Gras Season Means crawfish, blue crab & oysters   

Winter time in this region means milder weather, Mardi Gras, and of course some of the best Louisiana seafood the gulf has to offer!  Eating local seafood in season means you’ll enjoy it at the peak of freshness.

Louisiana is the largest commercial fishery in the contiguous United States. If you’re lucky enough to live in Louisiana, you’re in close proximity to seasonal gulf fish like black drum and yellowfin tuna, as well as the best oysters and shrimp in the world.

Seventy-five percent of the U.S. commercial sea catch comes from estuaries, and 37 percent of the estuary marshes in the contiguous United States are in Louilouisiana blue crab and shrimp louisiana seafood seasons whats in season.jpgsiana.

With Carnival season in full swing, we’ll soon start to see invitations to weekend crawfish boils.  Deanie’s Seafood even offers tips on how to peel and eat crawfish.

Deanie’s is known for serving fresh Wild Louisiana seafood and is recognized as one of the “Best Seafood Restaurants in New Orleans.” In 2016, we served 12,000 dozen raw oysters, 85,000 cups of Seafood Gumbo, 115,000 soft shell crabs and 31,000 pounds of boiled crawfish. If you lined up all that crawfish and soft-shell crab end to end, you could circle the Mercedes-Benz Superdome over 130 times. That’s a heck of a lot of Louisiana Seafood!

We’ve got your official guide to seafood in season, with facts about locally sourced Louisiana seafood plus recipe ideas to share with friends and family.

Download our Guide to Eating Local Louisiana Seafood in Season

Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants and Seafood Market are supporters of the local fishing communities and the Gulf economy and have been serving fresh Louisiana seafood for more than 50 years.  Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants serve certified “Authentic Louisiana Wild” seafood daily at both of their locations in Bucktown and the French Quarter.  From Boiled Crawfish, to Fried Soft-Shell Crab, to Oysters (fried, raw, or charbroiled) — there are so many ways to enjoy the best seafood our region has to offer at our restaurants.  

You can order live, fresh or boiled Louisiana Blue Crab, crawfish and shrimp, raw oysters, charbroiled oyster kits and more shipped anywhere in the continental United States from Deanie's Seafood Market at www.shopdeanies.com

Download our Guide to Seasonal Seafood!

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