Louisiana Seafood Co., Nashville Farmers' Market To Teach Delicious Secrets of Cooking Crawfish

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Normally, March through June are the prime months for crawfish season, but since the first mudbugs of the year are now coming on the market, Laura Wilson of the Grow Local Kitchen at the Nashville Farmers' Market and Chris Moran of Louisiana Seafood Co. are teaming up for the first in a series of seafood cooking classes. It's one of the highly creative new classes Wilson has introduced at the market.

The class will be this Thursday, Feb. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the market and includes dinner while you learn.

Moran looks forward to having as much of this low-country delicacy available as possible over the next few months. He and Wilson (who cooked for a while in New Orleans herself) invite you to "get a jump on learning how to prepare and cook with crawfish including: the perfect boil technique, a great smoked dip recipe, and how to make authentic étouffée."

Space is limited, and the cost is $35 per person. Click on this link to register and secure your spot. If you have any questions about the class or Grow Nashville, or you just want to tell Wilson that you really miss her sauteed kale with tamari pepitos from the hot bar at Turnip Truck, email her at kitchen@nashvillefarmersmarket.org or call (615) 880-2001, ext. 25.

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