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How To Boil Crawfish

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July marks the tail end of crawfish season. You can still score mudbugs after that time, but they get too tough to peel and aren't as tasty. Making crawfish at home really isn't that hard, and is a nice way to waste a weekend day eating and drinking beer. Anyone can read the side of a package of seafood boil, but that only scratches the surface on what to do. How do you know what to put in your boil? Here's a how-to video with tips and tricks to help you out. Next weekend try a crawfish boil instead of a BBQ (while you still can)!

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