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  2. A gorgeous metal lobster/crayfish wall art. Features a lovely metal design. Easy to hang on any nail, hook or screw. Perfect for indoors or outdoors. Made of metal. Dimensions (width x depth x height): 14 x 4 x 30cm Please Note: all dimensions are shown in metric centimetres and are approximate (+/- 1cm).

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  3. A gorgeous metal lobster/crayfish wall art. Features a lovely metal design. Easy to hang on any nail, hook or screw. Perfect for indoors or outdoors. Made of metal. Dimensions (width x depth x height): 26 x 4 x 37cm Please Note: all dimensions are shown in metric centimetres and are approximate (+/- 1cm).

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  4. Introducing The Blue Planet Crayfish Food in a 150g size. The Blue Planet Crayfish Food is specially formulated to provide a balanced diet for all species of Crayfish. Large pellet sinks and slowly softens to release nutrients for consumption and reduce pollution and waste. Key Features: Formulated to provide a balanced diet for all species of Crayfish Large quick sinking pellets Slowly softens and releases nutrients for consumption and reduce pollution and waste Specification: Size: 150g

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  5. Ages 6 to 12 years. The Life Cycle of a Crayfish provides children with a wealth of information about this interesting animal, such as where it lives and how it reproduces. Topics include different species, stages of their lives, how mothers care for their young, and how crayfish find food.

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  1. This generous sized 15.3 will steam your crayfish, mussels and crab freshly caught from the Swan - or make jars of homemade strawberry jam or marmalade. Of course you can always use it to make a seasoned chicken stock as well. Safety comes first with soft heat resistant handles so you can carry your delicious concoction from the stove to the bench top in comfort.

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  2. Peeling and deshelling crayfish, prawns and crabs efficiently and cleanly, this pair of Moha Scampo Seafood Shears uses a backward cut and the handle incorporates a cracker for stubborn shells. Simple to use base and easy to clean, these clever scissors will save on mess and reduce waste.

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  3. It's fun and easy to protect your clothes while cracking open crayfish, crabs, shellfish and lobster protected with this 100% cotton bib, decorated with a single large red lobster. The neck tie will suit all sizes and the bib offers generous coverage. Ulster Weavers have been producing top quality table and kitchen linen for 130 years, an accomplishment reflected by the issue of a Royal Warrant. washable. Check out the matching Lobster tea towel and apron for a co-ordinated alfresco or BBQ experience.

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  4. Feel the pulse of its thriving tapas bars, watch the speed and grace of its waiting staff, inhale the aroma of sizzling chorizo and savour the salty sweetness of crayfish straight off the grill…From its flagship restaurant in Melbourne’s Hosier Lane, to the opening of its latest venture Pulpo, MoVida has always embodied the heart and soul of Spanish cuisine. By fusing local and international flavours and pushing culinary boundaries, the MoVida restaurants have irrevocably changed the landscape of Australian dining. “MoVida Cocina” gives you a closer look at the people, venues and dishes that have made the MoVida bars and restaurants what they are today. Acclaimed chef and owner Frank Camorra takes us behind-the-scenes to reveal special techniques, signature dishes and the pure joy of cooking that infuses his life and work. He also reveals 70 stunning new recipes, including his chorizo-filled fried potato bombs, which featured in a nail-biting episode of “MasterChef Australia” in 2010.Key points: this is the third book by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Frank Camorra and follows the success of “MoVida” (2007) and “MoVida Rustica” (2010); the book includes over 70 recipes drawn from all of the MoVida restaurants, including the fried potato bomb featured in a “MasterChef Australia” challenge; provides lively and insightful profiles on chefs, teams and restaurants; stunning photography and innovative design – a hallmark of all the “MoVida” cookbooks – makes this a highly collectable book for all lovers of good food.

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  5. Sam Carmody is a real literary talent, with an artist’s inquiring mind and a natural feel for the beauty and toughness of language. Charlotte Wood, author of the award-winning The Natural Way of ThingsA young fisherman is missing from the crayfish boats in the West Australian town of Stark. There’s no trace at all of Elliot, there hasn’t been for some weeks and Paul, his younger brother, is the only one who seems to be active in the search. Taking Elliot’s place on the boat skippered by their troubled cousin, Paul soon learns how many opportunities there are to get lost in those many thousands of kilometres of lonely coastline.Fierce, evocative and memorable, this is an Australian story set within an often wild and unforgiving sea, where mysterious influences are brought to bear on the inhospitable town and its residents.

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  6. Don't waste any of your delicious lobster - get all the flesh out of the legs with this set of forks, designed to maximise your meal. Spooned shaped on one end, with two sharp tines on the other, enjoy your crayfish to the max with this set of four seafood forks.

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  7. Every morning a very large and very snappy crocodile shouts this selfish message: ‘Stay away from my river! It’s MY river! If you come in my river, I’ll eat you all!’ The animals in the forest don’t know what to do. They are frightened of the crocodile. Even the fish, tadpoles, frogs, crabs and crayfish stay out of the water. Until one day, the creatures are woken by a loud groaning sound which turns out to be the selfish crocodile in a lot of pain, and the smallest of them all, a little mouse, finds a way to solve their snappy dilemma! Astoundingly bright, bold illustrations bring to life all the wonderful creatures of the forest in a rainbow of colours. The Author: Faustin Charles is a renowned poet and story-teller. His collection of Afro-Caribbean rhymes was published to great success by Puffin. This is his first picture book text. “Bloomsbury Children’s Books” are also publishing his first poetry collection in October 1998, establishing Faustin as a Bloomsbury author across the board. Faustin spends much time in schools and libraries story-telling, and is also Library Buyer for Enfield. He lives in North London.The Illustrator: Mike Terry is most well-known for his wonderful cover illustrations for Dick King-Smith, including “The Hodgeheg” and “The Sheep-Pig” (the basis for the successful film “Babe”). This is his first picture book. Mike lives in Hythe, Kent.

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  8. A follow up to Over and Under the Snow and Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt, this time focusing on the rich, interconnected ecosystem of a mountain pond. As parent and child launch a canoe from the muddy shore and paddle through water lilies, they see frogs jump and painted turtles slide off logs, disappearing beneath the murky water. What’s happening down there? Under the pond, leeches lurk, crayfish scuttle under rocks, nymphs build intricate shells, and microscopic animals break down fallen leaves to recharge the water with nutrients. Over the pond, fuzzy cattails sway in the breeze, and a pair of loons swim by, laughing in the dappled sunlight. An author’s note discusses not only the different organisms featured, but also the truly remarkable balance of this wetland ecosystem, the way plants and animals create a chemical balance that sustains the lives of the pond.’[A] lovely study of the ways animals spend the winter.’ -Publishers Weekly, starred review’Messner packs much information into the serene wintry landscape, beautifully captured in Neal’s stunning retro-style illustrations.’ -The New York Times’Beautifully rendered.’ -The Horn Book, starred review’This book depicting beauty in nature is a gem . . . . Anyone looking for a picture book that also teaches science will love this title.’ -Library Media Connection, starred review

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  9. There is something about outdoor cooking that is mouth wateringly enticing; it draws you in and feeds your soul as well as your stomach. Outdoors covers the techniques and equipment needed for successful cooking on a spit, preparing fresh game, fish and shellfish for the barbecue or cooking over an open fire. Recipes include T-bone steaks served with jacket potatoes, whole boned and rolled suckling pig, Asian spiced duck breast, crayfish with smoked paprika butter, and tuna steaks with bean and red onion salsa. Some recipes might be served at a feast, while others will enhance rustic picnics or just relaxed outdoor living. Sides and desserts include dishes that can be prepared ahead to transport and serve as delicious accompaniments to the main fare. An extensive range of sauces, condiments and basic pantry staples make this an ideal guide for cooking outdoors.

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  10. Free Delivery Worldwide : Liquor : Paperback : Random House USA Inc : 9781400050079 : 1400050073 : 16 Mar 2004 : A manic, spicy romp through the kitchens, dive bars, and drug deals of New Orleans, Liquor is equal parts ambition, scandal, Cajun hot sauce, cocaine, crayfish, and murder, served straight up.

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  11. The Scandi Kitchen is an accessible and entertaining introduction to Scandinavian food, containing over 80 recipes to try at home. It was developed by Bronte Aurell, owner of the popular ScandiKitchen Cafe in London’s bustling West End. There’s so much more to Nordic food than pickled herring and meatballs. Stretching from the midnight sun of northern Norway to the flat, fertile fields of Denmark, Scandinavian food culture is a lot more varied than you might think. Dishes and ingredients link all the regions together, bringing a uniquely Nordic food experience to life that was created by thousands of years of heritage and shared culture. Scandinavian food is simple. Natives call it ‘husmanskost’ (farmer’s fare). It’s natural and honest. When you work with the very best produce, there’s no need to overcomplicate it. Its appeal lies in the fact that it is healthy, wholesome, flavorsome, simple to make and beautiful to look at. The Scandi Kitchen features recipes for all occasions and times of the day, ranging from morning buns, lunchtime savories, hearty dinners and indulgent desserts, to bakes and other foods for special celebrations. Enjoy fresh and simple open sandwiches, healthy Nordic salads, delicious traditional hot dishes, and indulgent cakes. Discover new flavors and textures from mustard pickled herring and gravlax to sticky Kladdkaka cake. Alongside the recipes, the book includes enlightening features on traditional events throughout the Nordic calendar: find out what happens at an Easter crayfish party, why Swedes love a ‘fika’ (literally translates as ‘to meet up, have a coffee and a chat’), be inspired by the joyful Midsummer day celebrations, host a traditional Christmas glogg party, and get an insight into the tradition of the Smorgasbord. It’s all here to discover and enjoy.

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  12. Free Delivery Worldwide : Paul Bocuse: Simply Delicious : Paperback : Editions Flammarion : 9782080202031 : 2080202030 : 03 Mar 2015 : Features 100 of author's favorite recipes. Organized into sections by course or main ingredient, this book includes classics that are featured, from French onion soup to quiche Lorraine, beurre blanc to crayfish bisque, roasted monkfish to Moules Mariniere, pepper steak to veal medallions, and madeleines to iced cherry souffle.

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