When it’s in season, crawfish is a staple of the Creole diet, and behind the Delphin Big House, they harvest their very own right out of the ground. After straightening out empty traps, we headed to the back woods to collect the traps already in the bayou, and bait and put out new ones.
Monday, December 12, 2011 Posted in Creole People, Food Ways
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