My local area didn't get a drop of rain out of that cold front coming through! Everything went either north or south of us. So, my Chant woods is high and dry!
Thanks for that tip. Having the crawdad meat already cleaned would save a lot of work. The crawdads the next door neighbor lady used were also from Louisiana.Shroomsearcher - the crawdad tail meat was farm raised in Lousiana. (www.ricelandcrawfish.com) Their quality, for me, is impeccable. It comes frozen and of all places . . . I find it in the frozen seafood section at Walmart. You can go to their website and look for retailers who carry it.
I've only used it for the Chanterelle Crawdad tail pie -- but I'm thinking of trying some other recipes with it. Got any good ones?
Good Summer Mushroom Hunting to all! 😎 🌞
For me, it was more like a one day morel season! And yes, I'm very happy with how dependable the Chants are.So many chanterelles. Feels good to get in the woods and find something after that 1 week morel season.