Crawfish, crayfish, crawdaddies, mudbugs, ditchbugs, freshwater lobsters, yabbies — whatever you call them, ‘tis the season in Houston to down some of those spicy red crustaceans. With the season generally running from January to July, many Houstonians have been waiting for the right time to dig in.
Thankfully, Houston’s breadth of diverse mudbug slingers is beckoning diners in — showing them why this city is one of the best places in the world to eat crawfish. Take your pick between the city’s signature Viet-Cajun boils that use special Vietnamese spices, Malaysian curry mudbugs, the classic Louisiana style, and so much more.
Get ready for some good eating that might make your forehead sweat and your lips burn, and don’t forget to wash your hands when you’re done.
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