Crawfish, also known as crayfish in unrefined areas, order Decapoda, are freshwater crustacean arthropods which look like small lobsters. They comprise the families Astacidae, Parastacidae, and Austroastracidae. Crawfish range in length from 2 to 40 cm (0.8 to 16 in). Their thin, hard exoskeleton is usually brownish green, but may also be white, pink, or blue. They live in streams and ponds throughout the world, hiding under stones during the day and feeding at night. Crawfish eat decaying plant and animal matter in addition to small fish, snails, insect larvae, and worms.

A thick soup, CRAWFISH BISQUE, is a popular Louisiana dish and the "GrandDaddy" of 'em all !!

Crawfish Á La Jason
Crawfish Boudin
Crawfish Butter
Crawfish & Crab Dip
Crawfish Dip
Crawfish Fingers
Crawfish Mold
Crawfish Nibbler
Crawfish Stuffed Mushrooms
Crawfish Monica
Crawfish Etouffée
Crawfish Stew
Crawfish Sauce
Softshell Crawfish with Creole Mustard Sauce
Crawfish Carboneaux