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Old 03-07-2013, 03:01 AM   #31
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Wilshoum, Just so you know. The "Green Glands" act as the kidneys in crustaceans such as crayfish. They are located in head at the base of each antenna. So yes the kidneys are in the head.

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Wilshoum, Just so you know. The "Green Glands" act as the kidneys in crustaceans such as crayfish. They are located in head at the base of each antenna. So yes the kidneys are in the head.
All I know is when you boil them all that creamy yellow crawfish fat tastes so dayum good when you suck it from their head! C'est si bon Sha!
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When I was younger and we butchered pigs the whole family had to help. Part of my job was to clean out the intestines and help stuff them to make the boudin. Some, we added blood to to make "blood boudin", which is illegal now.
Now you understand why I don't eat it?
Oh, and I don't think they use "real" intestines as the casing now.
Some still do.
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Mmmmmmmm. You talk about c'est si bon!
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I'm from down da bayou in Lafourche and moved to Baton Rouge. You should see the look on people's faces when they come over for gumbo and there's boiled eggs in it. Glad to see that in your photo. Thought it was just a down the bayou thing.

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I'm from down da bayou in Lafourche and moved to Baton Rouge. You should see the look on people's faces when they come over for gumbo and there's boiled eggs in it. Glad to see that in your photo. Thought it was just a down the bayou thing.
No real cajun gumbo should be without boiled eggs!
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I'm from down da bayou in Lafourche and moved to Baton Rouge. You should see the look on people's faces when they come over for gumbo and there's boiled eggs in it. Glad to see that in your photo. Thought it was just a down the bayou thing.
Gotta have eggs. I grew up on bayou plaquamine. I guess you could say I'm from the west side.
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Gotta have eggs. I grew up on bayou plaquamine. I guess you could say I'm from the west side.
Heh, I got y'all both beat; I grew up on Bayou Manchac!
Oh, and I currently live a rocks throw from Bayou Choupique. So, there.......
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Bayou Nezpique is the closest to us now and I definitely wouldn't eat the the catfish from there. There's no telling what them people in Jennings or Basile throw in there.

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