Do you really suck crawdad heads

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Share your post with your fan club! During a recent meal at a restaurant featuring Louisiana regional cuisine, one of my dining companions, who loves crawfish, mentioned that you should never eat the heads of crawfish because it could rarely be poisonous. Or at least I think they said the head. Maybe it was a different part that I don't recall.

Do You Suck the Heads?

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Crawfish, crawdads, mudbugs, crayfish There's crawfish etouffee, fried crawfish, crawfish casserole, crawfish pasta, crawfish pie, even crawfish beignets. But my hands down favorite way to eat crawfish is boiled. I'm headed to Lafayette this week for Festival International de Louisiane , where lots of crawfish will surely meet their fate to some hungry Cajuns. A crawfish boil is an art. And people in Louisiana will gladly give their opinion on the proper way to host this meal which almost always doubles as a party. Crawfish are usually boiled live in a large pot with heavy seasoning salt, cayenne pepper, lemon, garlic, bay leaves, etc.

What Exactly Are They Sucking Out of That Crawfish Head?

Log in or Sign up. Gretsch-Talk Forum. Do you suck heads? Crawfish, that is. My apologies to the vegetarian groups.
We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. Used by fishermen as live bait to snag everything from catfish to bass, these tiny red crustaceans are a Louisiana and East Texas delicacy. Pretty much everyone has accepted the deliciousness of boiled crawfish steeped in Cajun spices and butter, but one controversial question remains: Should you suck the heads? The tiny morsel of edible meat that a crawfish produces is located in its tail.