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Crawfish Boil

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  • 1. Øystein’s Crawfish Boil May 2008
  • 2. First you rince them a lot...
  • 3. It’s optional to rinse the hostess and some guests too...
  • 4. It’s optional to rinse the hostess and some guests too...
  • 5. Then you chuck them in large pot og boilingwater and spices.
  • 6. Pretty advanced equipment, gas heated.
  • 7. Here the first batch is served. Yes, you just pour them on the table and then is plain hands-on-job. And very very messy!
  • 8. Some examples can have pretty impressive size. Vera and Irene admiring a large example 
  • 9. And eating continues. So does beer. Here Lise-Lotte and Mike...
  • 10. Yummie!
  • 11. Yummie!
  • 12. Yummie!
  • 13. Yummie!
  • 14. The night is still young. And warm!
  • 15.  
  • 16. One crawfish somehow managed to escape the boiling pot and heading towards the pool...
  • 17. He is still heading to the pool. He was captured and granted freedom in a nearby lake the following day. Vera and Erik in the hot tub watching the renegate.