The marbled crayfish are all female, reproduce asexually, are all genetically identical, and are a terror to biodiversity.
A stray dog, hundreds of people and a new pet crayfish.
That shit cray(fish).
Sooner or later, every crayfish party turns into a macabre spectacle of boozed-up beasts in silly hats, brutalizing an inferior species.
Xiaolongbao, shengjianbao, red-braised pork, crayfish, hairy crab—these are just some of the dishes I believe to be the most representative of Shanghai.
I recently traveled to Nanjing, one of those ultra-developed, second-tier Chinese cosmopolises—spent some time researching Nanjing street food, but what I didn’t realize was how hard it would be to track down.
“You’re gonna shit your pants when you eat this one though.” Those are the sage words of Action Bronson to Meyhem Lauren after the MUNCHIES host takes a bite of chef Al Brown’s supreme creation, the craydog.
Russian banyas are a magnet for the country's émigrés in Britain. They're where homesick oligarchs, Russian footballers, and dancers come to act tough in the sauna and shoot the breeze over vodka, crayfish, and kvass. Turns out they're pretty welcoming...