Thursday, October 29, 2009

Crawfish History: Romans Had Togas We Have T Shirts

The crawfish or miniature lobster in old Rome were kept in large pots for feasts. Crawfish or crayfish have been eaten throughout history. Romans wore togas. We have t shirts. And we boil our crawfish in seasoned water with corn, potatoes, and more.See shirts at -

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MAny crawfish cartoon available on shirts and more at Fig Street Studio

From Wikipedia-"Crayfish are eaten in Europe, China, Africa, Australia, Canada, and the United States. In particular, crayfish are a popular food in France, Australia, Scandinavia, and parts of the United States, especially Louisiana (Herbst 2001). Ninety-eight percent of the crayfish harvested in the United States come from Louisiana, where the standard culinary terms are crawfish or écrevisses."

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