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Logan Jones

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I just wanted to thank you and everyone at your company for helping to make possible the crawfish boil we had this past Saturday. While crawfish and the beach might be a strange combination, our party was a great success. My wife and I attended a lot of crawfish boils when we lived in Baton Rouge, but I had never been directly involved with cooking them. Your company-from the online info, to the fast shipping, to the easy-to-follow directions-made it easier for me to try my hand at doing this myself. Everything went off without a hitch-from the kids playing with the crawfish as I rinsed them off in my daughter's old baby pool, to the dueling cookpots I had working non-stop for about 2 hours, to the quality and taste of the crawfish themselves. I even had a few fellow ex-Louisianans there to verify that the crawfish, corn, potatoes, and mushrooms tasted just like they had remembered and to initiate those unfamiliar with eating mudbugs. My favorite testimonial had be from a Marylander who insisted to me that all shellfish should be steamed (e.g. blue crabs), and that he might have "a couple" of crawfish just to give it a try. After getting his fill at the table later in the evening, he was hooked, and made us promise we would do it again next year. So, I'll close by saying that is definitely something we'll consider doing. I've put your company's website in my Favorites for future reference. Thanks again!




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I just thought I would e-mail you to let you know that I just placed my third order from you today. I am originally from Louisiana and have lived in Tennessee now for 9 years. I miss Southern Louisiana terribly. I just discovered I can order a little bit of home and have it shipped to me by ordering crawfish from you. Why I haven't done it sooner is beyond me. You have great service and wonderful live crawfish at prices I can afford to have shipped to me every weekend! I am glad I found you online. You know you live in the wrong place when they use the term crayfish or craydad. Don't worry though,I plan on setting these Tennesseans straight and letting them experience real crawifsh boils! Geaux Tigers!


Remarks: These crayfish reach a fairly large size and will attack and eat anything that they can grab ahold of. They should not be kept with small fish. DISCLAIMER: Many states have regulations prohibiting the import of crayfish. Please visit this link to learn about your state's laws: Click here.


Buy Crayfish online from Sanford and Sons for the freshest fish and seafood delivered from the dock to your door, or browse our range to find the perfect seafood for your dish. See our recipes for easy and delicious meal inspiration.


These are wild crayfish from Spain. They are the Louisiana species (Procambarus Clarkii). They have been cooked to the Swedish recipe and then frozen in blocks in the cooking liquor. Leave the block in your fridge overnight to defrost; it's fully sealed so it won't leak, but pop it in a bowl just to be safe! When defrosted, just empty the pack into a pan and reheat. We sell mountains of these every August when Swedish expats throw their annual summer crayfish parties. But you don't have to be Scandinavian to enjoy these, so why not order a pack or two to give a try?


Our standard crayfish line, all in their dill liquor - which is just how they love them in Crayfishmania (aka Sweden) - is very popular. But the rest of us aren't quite so committed to dill and might like our crayfish plain, so we can add our own sauce for instance. These are for you! These crayfish are sourced from English rivers and lakes and they are also alot bigger - by two or even three times. You'll get12 crayfish in a tray.


Our whole cooked crayfish are wild trapped from the clear and rocky inland lakes of Minnesota, and carefully sorted and selected by us. They are then prepared according to a traditional cajun style recipe. After we cook the crayfish, we seal them in with our delicious liquid brine overnight, and then freeze them.


Serving Tips! Having whole-cooked crayfish is an event, usually enjoyed among family and friends. Our clean wild trapped crayfish are full of fresh flavors and you will enjoy every bite and minute of it! Simply peel and serve chilled as an appetizer, or re-heat and serve hot, and dont forget the claw meat!


Thawing Instructions: Always thaw under refrigeration. The crayfish are fully cooked and ready to eat. Simply thaw in fridge overnight, empty out the liquid brine, peel, and enjoy! Do not re-freeze. Enjoy within 3 days of thawing.


Frozen crayfish is perfect baked with mozzarella cheese, stir fried with cereal/salted egg yolk/butter, pan seared, grilled/bbq, broiled, poached, as crayfish pasta, crayfish ramen or crayfish egg hor fun.


This dwarf crayfish is an excellent choice for the nano aquarium, and this particular color morph is a bright blue color that will last through its adulthood under the correct water parameters!


The Blue Brazos Dwarf Crayfish (Cambarellus texanus "Blue") is an exceptional blue color morph that is a very interesting and ideal candidate for the nano aquarium! This miniature freshwater crayfish features an outgoing personality and this variety is a very striking, bright blue color across its entire body. Dwarf crayfish are also known as mini lobsters, although true lobsters do not exist in freshwater. Blue Brazos Dwarf Crayfish are very similar to the Orange CPO Crayfish in appearance and behavior, aside from the obvious difference in color. When kept in a pH consistently below 6.8, the Blue Blue Brazos Crayfish will retain its blue coloration throughout its adulthood. If the pH is higher it can revert back to a brown coloration upon a molt, so keeping the pH at or below 6.8 is essential in order for this crayfish to maintain a nice blue coloration.


Dwarf crayfish like this one are among our favorite invertebrates here at Aquatic Arts. They are much larger in size than dwarf shrimp (they can grow up to 1.6 inches long) and tend to live much longer, but are still small enough to comfortably live in a tank as small as five gallons. They are quite active and do not typically hide during the day like most larger crayfish. They make an exciting addition to any aquarium and are a great way to get into invertebrates if you haven't joined the craze already!


Though this crayfish is small enough not to be a threat to most other tank inhabitants, they have on occasion gone after dwarf shrimp, so we cannot guarantee safety for dwarf shrimp when keeping them in the same tank. These are normally peaceful, but all crayfish are opportunistic omnivore hunters/scavengers so there is always a small chance they could try to fin clip slow moving fish or ones with long flowing fins. We have kept them with schools of fast moving small fish like rasboras, rainbowfish, and danios with very little to no issues. Caution just needs to be advised whenever housing a crayfish with other tank mates.


Crayfish tails are similar in taste to lobster and are perfect for salads and starters. For those who love their crayfish, why not buy crayfish online? We offer crayfish delivery and process orders quickly to ensure you have a fresh and tasty product to tuck into at home.


Cambarellus patzcuarensis 'Orange', also known as the dwarf orange crayfish or orange Mexican dwarf crayfish, is a dwarf crayfish species selectively bred for a striking orange color. These small crayfish are appreciated by shrimp keepers for their peaceful nature. They the perfect addition to a shrimp-/invertebrate setup or even a community tank.


Dwarf crayfish are omnivorous scavengers that will consume anything edible they come across. This makes them a good addition to your aquarium 'cleaning crew'. They will eat any leftover bits that your fish miss.


Dwarf orange crayfish are prey animals that molt regularly. After molting the new exoskeleton doesn't harden right away, which means the crayfish is vulnerable. As a result, these inverts love to have plenty of hiding places in the aquarium.


A varied diet is the key to a healthy Mexican dwarf crayfish. A high quality invertebrate food makes a good staple and contains the nutrients your crayfish needs to grow and molt successfully. I imagine a color enhancing food might be a nice option to go for, as it might also help maintain that bright orange coloration. Find out more about Dwarf Orange Crayfish in The Shrimp Farm University.


Breeding dwarf orange crayfish is not too difficult and is a great option for the beginning breeder. If you have both males and females in your tank, breeding should occur soon enough. The male will pin the female down to mate, after which she 'saves' the sperm to later fertilize up to around 60 eggs. As with shrimp, these eggs will be carried between the back legs ('swimmerets') until they are ready to hatch.


If there are enough hiding places in the tank you don't have to provide any extra care. The young crayfish might spend the first few days after being released in hiding to prevent being eaten. This is nothing to worry about, and they should come out to forage alongside the adults soon enough!


A varied diet is the key to a healthy Mexican dwarf crayfish. A high quality invertebrate food makes a good staple and contains the nutrients your crayfish needs to grow and molt successfully. I imagine a color enhancing food such as this one might be a nice option to go for, as it might also help maintain that bright orange coloration.


Crayfish, in general, are notorious in the aquarium hobby for their aggressive tendencies. Luckily, though, things are a little different with dwarf crays. Dwarf orange crayfish actually don't display aggression at all except during the occasional short territorial squabble with their own species. They can even be kept with shrimp! If you do spot your Mexican dwarf crayfish eating a shrimp or fish, then you can safely assume it was already dead. 041b061a72


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