3. Add roughly one bag of Louisiana Crawfish Co. seafood boil. Honestly, it's just for your guests to smell. Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t get inside the crawfish unless you soak them for at least a half-hour.
4. Light your burner and wait for your water to begin boiling. Now is a good time for a beer.
5. After the water comes to a rapid boil, add your potatoes and cook for 15mins or until fork-tender. During the last 5mins, you can add corn and any other vegetables you may want. The options are endless. Then remove and set aside to keep warm.
6. Add crawfish to the rapidly boiling water, cover with lid, and wait for them to return to a boil. (Beer.)
7. Boiling times may vary depending on the time of the year and the thickness of the shell, but once they come back to a boil, let them boil for no longer than 2mins. This is where many people mess up. You can overcook a crawfish very easily, and then peeling gets tough.