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PLACE YOUR ORDER BY WEDNESDAY FOR PICK UP ON FRIDAY OR SATURDAY!  


 Your Food Town has everything you need for a great boil - Fresh Live Texas Crawfish, Sensational Seasonings, Primo Sausages, Fresh Produce, plus Boil Pots and Paddles!  


Contact your Local Food Town Market Manager to place your order for "Bayou Best" Live Texas Crawfish:

Medium Mixed Washed Crawfish     $1.99 lb.
Premium Purged Mixed Crawfish     $3.49 lb.
Crawfish sold by the whole sack only - sacks approximately 30 lb ($60 - $105 per sack)


While Supplies Last. All Sales Final. Limit (3) bags per customer. Prices valid 5/16/22-5/22/22. Prices are subject to change. 

HOW MUCH TO ORDER? 

Plan on about 3-4 lbs per person.  However, it is important to take your guests and other menu items into consideration, crawfish fans may consume 5-6 lbs of crawfish easily in one sitting! 
Whole cooked crawfish yields about 15% tail meat, which means 30 lbs of live crawfish equals about 5 lbs of peeled tails.

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    Louisiana Crawfish, Shrimp, & Crab Boil

    - 72 oz. –

    $3.99
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    HeartBrand Smoked Sausage

    - 12 oz. -

    $2.99
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    Dr Pepper, Squirt, 7-UP, Big Red or RC Cola

    - 12 pk., 12 oz. cans -

    $3.99
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    Big Mopper Paper Towels

    - Single Roll –

    88¢ ea
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    Bud Light

    - 24 pk., 7 oz. Btls. -

    $12.99
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    Niagara or Glacier Clear Water

    - 24 pk., .5 ltr. Btls. –

    $2.88 ea

Prices Valid 5/18/22-5/24/22

-GO TO TOWN CHECKLIST- 

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-LET'S BOIL SOME CRAWFISH- 

Step 1:  Start with live crawfish.
Step 2: Rinse the crawfish several times, until the rinse water becomes clear.
Step 3: Fill an extra-large pot halfway with water. Place over a high flame and bring the water to a boil.
Step 4: Add Boil Seasoning.
Step 5: Prepare additives. Cut up your celery, halve your lemons and onions, and chop off the tops and bottoms of garlic bulbs. Cut sausage into pieces. Potatoes can be added whole, right out of the bag!
Step 6: Once the water has come to a rolling boil, add the crawfish.                   
Step 7: Let the crawfish boil for about 4 minutes, then turn off the heat.
Step 8: Add 2 bags of ice to the mixture to help the flavor set.
Step 9: Let the crawfish soak.
(Soak no more than 10 – 12 minutes for a more mild flavor, or at least 20 minutes if you like spice.)
Step 10: Drain the crawfish and pour it onto a newspaper-covered table. Time to eat!

-HOW TO EAT CRAWFISH- 

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