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Sampson
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Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
With a friend who said her Cajun friend from Houma informed her that’s the way a lot of people eat it there.
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jimbeam
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
That’s for the potatoes baw


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
This is early...groundbreaking early.


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
I like to stand next to them because I can mow through while they are dipping. Same with the corn/potato eaters.


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List Eater
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
Cane's sauce is $ for dipping crawfish tails


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
My sister-in-law does this every boil. She'll put out several bowls of a creamy pink looking dip on the tables. Personally, I like the taste of the boiled crawfish and don't need to cover that with a mayo based bowl of slop.


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
Erryboddy I grew up with makes seafood dip. You use it, or not, as you prefer at a boil. It’s a cousin sauce to the British classic Marie Rose sauce, or to Thousand Island dressing.


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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Thoughts on “people” who use crawfish dip.


FIFY


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Btrtigerfan
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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That’s for the potatoes baw


I you don't make a herb butter, you should step up your game.


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Sampson
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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Cane's sauce is $ for dipping crawfish tails


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Texas A&M fan


I get it


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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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Personally, I like the taste of the boiled crawfish and don't need to cover that with a mayo based bowl of slop.


Exactly how I feel about potato salad in gumbo. I love potato salad on its own and love mayo and mustard. But I don't need it mucking up my gumbo.

Disclaimer before someone from Lafayette loses their shit: To each their own, of course. I'm not saying my way is the "right" way or anything like that. It's just my personal preference.


Sampson
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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Erryboddy I grew up with makes seafood dip. You use it, or not, as you prefer at a boil. It’s a cousin sauce to the British classic Marie Rose sauce, or to Thousand Island dressing.


Wtf communist town are you from no way it’s in south Louisiana


hungryone
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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Wtf communist town are you from no way it’s in south Louisiana

DTB all the way, cher, from the same town as Coach O. OP references someone from Houma, and seafood sauce/dip is common all over the Houma/Thib area.


bigberg2000
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
It’s not a big deal man. Back in the day people would buy canes sauce by the cup for boils. I don’t use it but it’s ok for others if they choose.


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Mouth
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
Crushing and sucking the head is my “dip”.


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Caplewood
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
I’m down with shoehorning mayo into any meal


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BlackCoffeeKid
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
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seafood sauce/dip is common all over the Houma/Thib area.

Can confirm. It's almost just a formality to have it at this point. Most people just use it for potatoes, corn, or to break up the flavor monotony every once in awhile.


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Cold Drink
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
I make the best crawfish dip, me


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TigerWise
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
DTB


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BottomlandBrew
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re: Thoughts on people who use “crawfish dip.”
I never saw it until I started going DTB with my wife's family. They're all Lockport people and they have it at every boil. Shit's good on the potatoes. I'll occasionally dip the tails in it, too. Shrimp as well.


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