crawfish


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Synonyms for crawfish

tiny lobster-like crustaceans usually boiled briefly

large edible marine crustacean having a spiny carapace but lacking the large pincers of true lobsters

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The opening of these two stores is a result of our continued efforts to push forward with our expansion plans through our franchise model," said Minson Ngo, President of LA Crawfish.
Among the restaurant's delectable menu offerings are a fabulous cajun-style crawfish, as well as a delectable choice of lobster, shrimp, snow crab and king crab.
On April 14-17 and 21-24, more than 20,000 pounds of crawfish will be cooked and consumed by 50,000 attendees from Mississippi and surrounding states.
TWO lonely crawfish - labelled one of the ugliest sea creatures in the world by marine experts - are looking for a mate.
ABSTRACT Management strategies that exclude the harvest of mature female crawfish from culture ponds early during the harvest season (December to February) to maximize juvenile recruitment and subsequent yield is common in the procambarid aquaculture industry.
Farmers who are re-stocking with 'seed' crawfish in preparation for next year's (2008) production cycle have been cautioned to carefully screen for white spot disease.
At the 2003 International ChildArt Festival on the National Mall in Washington, DC, art teacher Judy Johnson taught dozens of kids to make springy movable crawfish that can be hung from strings to create movable sculptures.
Whether you know them as mudbugs, ditch bugs, river lobsters, crawlybottoms, crawdads, or crawfish, anyone who has spent time in streams is familiar with crayfish.
CRAYFISH, sometimes known as Crawfish, is a freshwater crustacean, smaller but structurally very similar to its marine relative the ob s t e r.
pulled Chinese shrimp and crawfish from its shelves in three states in May and June after tests of 10 samples from various Louisiana stores found all 10 contained chloramphenicol, an antibiotic that was banned in the United States a decade ago.
It's not everyday that the Wadsworth Theater in Westwood offers its sprawling green lawn for a Hollywood party, much less one with a Cajun band, boiled crawfish, and red beans and rice.
Add Tampa Maid's new Dipt'n Dusted[R] Louisiana Crawfish tails to your menu and "laissez les bons temps rouler" (let the good times roll).
Crayfish, otherwise known as crawdad, crawfish, and freshwater lobster, are freshwater crustaceans that are smaller than its marine relative, the lobster, but they are structurally similar.
In Texas and Louisiana, where the critter also constitutes a major industry, Southern slang softens the name to crawfish or crawdads.