crawdaddy crawdaddy


  • (n) small freshwater decapod crustacean that resembles a lobster



  • Down in the 'Treme,' yum!

    Will Janette Desautel ever cook her famous crawfish ravioli again? The fictional chef in HBO's Treme practically ripped her business partner's head off like a crawdaddy at a boil when the subject arose at the end of last season.
    on August 29, 2013     Source:


  1. "People sometimes mistake garage for kids playing out of tune," Van Zandt said. "It's that too, but there's a certain spirit, a certain simplicity. There is a pop element to it, a certain '60s pop structure. It's the Stones at the Crawdaddy...
    on Aug 11, 2004 By: Steven Van Zandt Source: USA Today

  2. Hammond describes the night as like "Scotch Of St James, the Crawdaddy Club, Exploding Plastic Inevitable, the Heavenly Social and Sonic Mook Experiment, minced together and flat on their backs, wasted, yet hyper-conscious".
    on Mar 31, 2009 By: Didz Hammond Source:

  3. "No. I discovered blues by listening to community radio, which was quite strong in Melbourne when I was a kid," Grunwald says. "People like Max Crawdaddy and Gary Young ...... I grew up listening to those people. I remember hearing Catfish...
    on Aug 19, 2004 By: Ash Grunwald Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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