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Old 05-09-2009, 08:26 PM   #1
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Mud Bug Pictures

Had a great time. Everything was realllly gooood.

Bugs after 3 baths


Waiting for the water to boil


Appitizers. Boudin Balls. Very Tasty


Time to eat!


Rick, my neighbor, gettin ready


Leftovers. Crawfish étouffée next week
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Old 05-09-2009, 09:16 PM   #2
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sounds like yall had a great time!!! Thanks for sharing the pics.
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Old 05-09-2009, 10:19 PM   #3
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Great Pics! Dos' tails loooks tasty! Damn tasty...Rare occasion but, got the whole family talkin here. 3 outta four say it look GOOD! (the boy's real finicky)
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Old 05-10-2009, 06:53 AM   #4
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Real nice Tim, I assume yall had plenty of beer?

BTW the water yall boiled em in is a great weed killer, Smells bad after a few days though.

Freeze them leftover tails quick. They don't keep well in the frige
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Old 05-10-2009, 07:38 AM   #5
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Looks like a real good time for sure.
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tell me about the boudin balls
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Fine lookin mess a vittles fer sure, got the youngest boys interest here, might just have ta do a batch "outdoors" (Momma can't stand em) this summer.
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tell me about the boudin balls

Boudin sausage rolled in bread crumb, corn meal mixture and fried.
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and you ordered them through the mail?
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and you ordered them through the mail?

A big brown truck brought them to me

I am glad I did it, but....... for the money we could have cooked a 100lb pig and had a whole hellofa lot more leftovers.Like I said though, I Am Glad I did it.
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Looks excellent. Would have hate to have been the one to shuck out them leftover tails. I admire your work ethic

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Had mud bugs about 5 times this year.(Had my fair share) Love them boudin ball too. Those look great.
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and you ordered them through the mail?
You can order em from here:
http://www.tonyseafood.com/index.php

The recipe tonys uses is Boudin cut in 1 in pieces dipped in egg wash then rolled in Itailian bread crumbs & fried.
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Heck, Tim, you can do a pig any old time. Great lookin' feast.

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and you ordered them through the mail?

A big brown truck brought them to me

I am glad I did it, but....... for the money we could have cooked a 100lb pig and had a whole hellofa lot more leftovers.Like I said though, I Am Glad I did it.
How much for how many ?
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$140 for 30lbs crawfish and 2 dozen boudin balls. Shipping was the killer. Again I am glad I have done it once.
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You know what them dumb rich pay per pound for cardboard tasting lobster?
Looked yummy.
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Yep, I'd eat that.
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Good lookin feast you all had there.
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If this was the blue room i'd have to say..send them fuckers over my way!..i'll pay the shipping plus whatever..nothin tastier then them crawfuks.
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