Although, expect smaller and more expensive crawfish for now due to an early Lent.
Good News: According to “seasoned” crawfish experts, during a hard freeze our mudbugs just burrow deeper into the ground. So, the cold temperatures from winter 2018 did no lasting damage to our tasty friends.
Bad News: With Mardi Gras and Lent falling in mid-February, demand for crawfish is soaring, while the supply is still small. So, as it is with most Cajun cooking, patience is key.
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