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What to do with all that Leftover Crawfish from your Crawfish Boil

Posted by Deanie's Seafood on Mar 15 2017

EASY CRAWFISH RECIPES FOR CRAWFISH BOIL LEFTOVERS

After hosting a traditional Louisiana Crawfish Boil with all the fixingscorn, potatoes, garlic, andouille sausage, maybe a little celery and mushrooms sometimes you’ll end up with crawfish boil leftovers.  Don’t let them go to waste! Crawfish are not only a low-fat source of protein, but they’re full of essential vitamins and minerals, too. So what do you do with all the leftover crawfish from your crawfish boil?

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Topics: crawfish, cooking, crawfish season, Wild Louisiana crawfish, crawfish recipes, new orleans crawfish recipes, leftover crawfish

What to do with all that Leftover Crawfish from your Crawfish Boil

Posted by Deanie's Seafood on May 18 2016

after the boil, delicious New Orleans crawfish recipes

After having friends and family stand for hours around a table heaped with spicy boiled crawdads with all the fixings--corn, potatoes, garlic, maybe a little celery and mushrooms, andouille sausage--sometimes there are crawfish boil leftovers.  Not a bad problem to have, we know.

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Topics: crawfish, cooking, crawfish season, Wild Louisiana crawfish, crawfish recipes, new orleans crawfish recipes, leftover crawfish

Eating fish is healthy and easy in the Gulf Region

Posted by Maggie Robert on Sep 23 2014

In recent years, people have become more conscious of healthy eating and want to eat lighter foods. The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least two times per week. This means two servings of 3.5 ounces of cooked fish or about ¾ cup of flaked fish.

Fish is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids and it’s usually low in saturated fat. Eating fish is believed to reduce the risk of dying of heart disease, and a recent study found eating baked or broiled fish weekly boosts brain health.

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