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hungry

El Dorado, AR

#1 Feb 2, 2013
Where's the best place to get them?
???

United States

#2 Feb 2, 2013
Goodwins on Calion Hwy!
LMAO

El Dorado, AR

#3 Feb 2, 2013
Comments #1 & #2. Ask question, change name, answer question. LMAO. FkingHomoIdiot.
mudbug

Lampasas, TX

#5 Feb 3, 2013
How does Goodwin's compare to chop n block? How are their prices?
Redneck

United States

#6 Feb 3, 2013
LMAO wrote:
Comments #1 & #2. Ask question, change name, answer question. LMAO. FkingHomoIdiot.
Comment #3 made by closetHomoFreak.
Both good

United States

#7 Feb 3, 2013
Goodwins was 5.50 per lb if you got minimum of 10 lbs.
Chop N Block were 5.00 lb no minimum. Both with corn an potatoes
happy

El Dorado, AR

#8 Feb 4, 2013
Both good wrote:
Goodwins was 5.50 per lb if you got minimum of 10 lbs.
Chop N Block were 5.00 lb no minimum. Both with corn an potatoes
Does it matter if they're gay?
what

El Dorado, AR

#10 Feb 4, 2013
There isn't a good place to get crawfish here. I've seen you fools eat them up time and time again year after year talkin bout how good they are but you people don't know nothing bout how to do good crawfish. You can't get good crawfish north of Lafayette Louisiana unless you do it yourself at home. All the crawfish I ever bought here was seasoned bad and tasted like dirt.
yeah

El Dorado, AR

#11 Feb 4, 2013
Mel's! 4.50 a lb & corn & potatoes are delicious! & only .25 hand down the best crawfish I've had this year & I've had some from goodwins & Labellas!
Critic

El Dorado, AR

#12 Feb 5, 2013
Haven't had crawfish from Goodwin's but have had it already cooked from the other options in town and it is always bland! We usually buy uncooked from either LaBella's or ChopNBlock and cook them ourselves. We like for our's to have some flavor!
For the record

El Dorado, AR

#13 Feb 5, 2013
The crawfish at the yellow wagon across from ElDorado Chemical are seasoned very well and do not taste like mud. I have eaten ones that do but these are good and my family will return. They also have live ones if you want to put your own scald to em.
customer

United States

#14 Feb 7, 2013
Mel's seafoods is delicious! The best in town, spicy!
mudbug

United States

#15 Feb 10, 2013
Has anyone tried Johnny bs' crawfish? Who has the best seasoning? I haven't heard anything about the place by laneys but I know their shrimp is good.
what

El Dorado, AR

#16 Feb 11, 2013
For the record wrote:
The crawfish at the yellow wagon across from ElDorado Chemical are seasoned very well and do not taste like mud. I have eaten ones that do but these are good and my family will return. They also have live ones if you want to put your own scald to em.
Do they taste like El Dorado chemicals?
BubbaGump

United States

#17 Feb 11, 2013
what wrote:
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Do they taste like El Dorado chemicals?
Good one hahahahah
yep

Bismarck, AR

#18 Feb 13, 2013
mudbug wrote:
Has anyone tried Johnny bs' crawfish? Who has the best seasoning? I haven't heard anything about the place by laneys but I know their shrimp is good.
Johnny b's is pretty good. If you like them spicy, make sure to tell them when you order. He'll make them especially for your taste.
just saying

El Dorado, AR

#19 Feb 15, 2013
the crawfish at Johnny B's are fabulous, cooked the way you want them, only 4.75 a pound, and have potatoes and corn
mudbug

United States

#20 Feb 15, 2013
U only get corn & taters with 3lbs from Johnny bs'. I had to order extra corn and potatoes with mine
Get Them for Bait

Spring, TX

#21 Feb 18, 2013
Seine your own from a sizeable mud-hole and keep the ones that fit nicely on a bream hook. Then you can catch all kinds of fish to eat.

Crawfish are not fit for human consumption. My Aunt tells me that the cajuns (she's one) used to be ashamed to eat them and they hid it from others because they knew it was unclean food and they were embarrassed. They only ate them because it was all they could get and they needed protein. Later, someone popularized them at Breaux Bridge,LA., and opened up a commercial market.

If they aren't cooked good, you'll get a lung parasite that is hard as heck to get rid of and it you get a lot of them if can kill you. High in cholesterol and full of lung worms - not worth it.
really?

El Dorado, AR

#22 Feb 19, 2013
Get Them for Bait wrote:
Seine your own from a sizeable mud-hole and keep the ones that fit nicely on a bream hook. Then you can catch all kinds of fish to eat.

Crawfish are not fit for human consumption. My Aunt tells me that the cajuns (she's one) used to be ashamed to eat them and they hid it from others because they knew it was unclean food and they were embarrassed. They only ate them because it was all they could get and they needed protein. Later, someone popularized them at Breaux Bridge,LA., and opened up a commercial market.

If they aren't cooked good, you'll get a lung parasite that is hard as heck to get rid of and it you get a lot of them if can kill you. High in cholesterol and full of lung worms - not worth it.
If that was really true, I'm sure we would have all learned about that by now. & nobody would buy them.

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