Mudbugs, crawdads, crayfish— crawfish are called by several different names, but one thing’s always true for these tasty crustaceans: they are incredibly tasty, especially when eaten at Gulf Shores restaurants located right in the water. Few things can top freshly-cooked crawfish, shared with your loved ones, while you’re enjoying your vacation down south.
Dig in with Your Hands
Eating boiled crawfish is not for the dainty. Expect this to be a full-contact eating experience, so prepare to bring in your bib and your appetite. To get the most out of each crawfish, you need to use your hands, which makes it easier and more fun to peel, crack, and such those crustaceans so you can get every single succulent bite. Read more from this blog.