In the wake of the 16th Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival

Foodies from all over Los Angeles converged on the Rainbow Lagoon in Downtown Long Beach adjacient to the fishermans wharf and Yardhouse restaurant. The park was transformed into an old fashioned seafood boil. Two giant steam kettles provided the ammunition to keep the crawfish comming from Friday through Sunday. MacGuyver would have been proud to see the use of cranes and other innovative culinary engineering to make the execution complete. There was never a disruption in the flow of food and we have the culinary team from Bristol Farms to thank for the cooking and plating efforts. A simple presentation was all we needed consisting of a pile of crawfish, boiled corn, red potatoes and a side of remoulade sauce.