What Cooking Tip Is Texas Searching for the Most?
Ahh, it's time for me to head back into the kitchen and cook something good. I'm in the mood for something tasty but don't really know what to make.
I looked in the pantry and saw all kinds of essentials, rice, an assortment of pasta, canned tomatoes (did I really need to buy 4 cans of Rotel?), and there's some buttermilk pancake mix. I close the pantry door and open up the fridge.
Wait, what's this bag in the back? I opened it up and the fresh smell of uncooked crawfish wafts underneath my nose.
This bag of crawfish has been sitting here for at least a week. I had signed up for an online cooking class. No, wait, I didn't buy the crawfish because of a cooking class, it was for a recipe I saw on a YouTube video.��I was looking up directions on how to properly boil and season crawfish. I love me a good old fashioned crawfish boil! Unfortunately, I'm the only one in the house who will eat it because my 9-year-old daughter, Willow, is extremely picky and won't eat seafood.
There's something about a crawfish boil that just makes everything in the world at peace for a moment. I think it sparked up from my friend Nick who used to have a big crawfish boil shindig at his house (back before he got a serious girlfriend).
Ooh wee, he'd throw in some corn cobs and potatoes into his big crawfish pot, and voila! SO GOOD!
Cut to a shot of me at Nick's crawfish boil parties:
It seems that Texas has become obsessed with searching for cooking tips on crawfish during these coronavirus times, according to Lifehacker.com.
I put the bag of crawfish back in the fridge. I'm too tired to cook. I'm going to order a pizza instead.