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Crawdaddy: Cajun-Style Boiled Crawfish

December 17, 2014 5:02 pm

Crawdaddy’s Cajun-style boiled crawfish is so tasty the restaurant is listed as one of Yelp’s Best Cajun/Creole in San Jose. It’s also been listed in Metro’s Best of Silicon Valley in 2014 and 2013. It isn’t just the crawfish; the restaurant’s menu is packed with such fried, boiled, and buttered seafood as deep fried catfish, boiled crab, and garlic butter shrimp.

You can also get your oysters raw or fried. French fries come dusted with Cajun seasoning to add a kick to any meal. The crawfish comes fresh from Louisiana and the lobster and crab arrives fresh and alive. The restaurant ensures that the food is fresh and never frozen. And Crawdaddy keeps this kind of quality throughout the dining experience with a reverse osmosis water purification system that removes specific contaminants from the restaurant’s soda and drinking water.

779 Story Road
San Jose, CA 95122
(408) 286-2729

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Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2014 4:17 pm

We wish you and your loved ones all a very happy and safe holiday season.

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Helpful Tips for Cleaning Leather and Suede

December 10, 2014 5:02 pm

Suede leather items like shoes, bags, and wallets are beautiful and last a very long time, but they’re also quite expensive. Because these items are so valuable, it’s important to take great care when cleaning them. Here are a few tips to help you properly clean suede.

Take precautions. One of the best ways to protect your suede leather belongings from staining is by treating them before you even use them. Stains and waterproofing sprays for suede can be purchased from your local shoe store. By carefully applying them to your purse or shoes before wearing, you can shield them from rain, food stains, and even stains from your own hands.

Brush away scuffs. Instead of attempting to remove scuffs with wet or damp cloths, use a dry, soft brush meant for suede. Gently yet firmly brush back and forth to remove dried mud, scuffs, and other debris.

Properly remove stains. If your suede items do become stained with oil (and they likely will), don’t panic. Simply sprinkle the stain with baby powder or cornstarch and wipe it away gently once it becomes oily. For wet, non-oily stains, blot away the moisture with a clean cloth, then use a suede brush to restore the texture.

Save Your Shoes & Purses! How to Clean Suede and Leather [iVillage]
How to Clean Suede [HowToCleanStuff.net]
How do I Remove Stains from Suede Leather? [AboutHome]

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