Some boiled crawfish at my buddies wedding.
Yes, there is a salt water kind?Are these freshwater crayfish?
Usually, yesDo you remove the black thread that runs over its back like you do with prawns?
With every cooking, the guy was adding a bag of boil mix. So they crawfish will have more seasoning with every pot.I noticed they were heavily seasoned, did each pan contain a different flavour?
Dont know how much they cost.Lastly, if the crayfish were bought how much did they cost?
These were bought, but they were caught with traps. Here in texas, people have turned fields into crawfish farms.Yum, Yabbies!
And if you were going to buy those in a restaurant, you'd be paying several hundred dollars for the contents of one of those pots.
What sort of net did you use?
Sorry but the word crawfish isn't used in "English English" to describe crayfish, so I wasn't sure if you were talking about a saltwater species such as something like langoustine.Yes, there is a salt water kind?
With every cooking, the guy was adding a bag of boil mix. So they crawfish will have more seasoning with every pot.
Dont know how much they cost.
If you do decide to do that, make sure you get a licence first. Otherwise you could be fined £2500 per net! (And that is yet more proof of what an overbearing nanny/police state we are becoming )They looked totally delicious and I'll ask my angling club if they have American Signal Crayfish in our river. If so I'll get some traps and try and get some.