Recipes for Crawfish Étouffée and Turtle Sauce Piquant from Barry Toups, who was appointed in 2018 to the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board. […]
The sheer numbers of crawfish in the Atchafalaya Basin is amazing, if only for the reason that Louisiana has the lowest number (39) of species of crawfish of all the southeastern states in the U.S. […]
Dee Dee and Vern Becnel of St. Gabriel are a fun couple. Dee Dee is shy and modest, with a sweet smile. Vern is expansive and bold. and laughs with a hearty belly laugh; he wears a full, silver beard and is totally bald.
You might get a black eye on your way to catch the red-eye, or maybe even contract pink eye from a brown-eyed girl, but have you ever in all your years seen a white-eyed crawfish?
Didn’t think so.
Harley Ducote hadn’t seen one, either — despite years working at a seafood processing plant. But all that changed this past weekend — when he stopped by Sal’s Seafood in Marrero.