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Germany Discovers Solution to ‘Crawfish Plague’

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CRAWFISH WIRE— Germany proclaimed its invasion of Louisiana crawfish “a plague.” Now, the Germans have come up with a solution: They will eat the crawfish. [NOLA.COM]

Plus, people in Louisiana are still stealing crawfish. [FOX8]

MENU PORN — Ramen Ya’ll just added lunch starting this Thursday at 11 a.m., plus chicken shio ramen just landed on the menu. Here are the new hours: Thursday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. [FACEBOOK]

EATER IDK — Blue Oak BBQ hired a plane to fly around Jazz Fest with the banner, “Blue Oak BBQ Is Better Than Ezra” during the Better Than Ezra show. Ian McNulty got a picture of the shenanigans. [FACEBOOK]

EATERWIRE — Craft Beer Week lands May 12 and runs through May 20 with bars and breweries hosting events and special beer releases. [GAMBIT]

INTERVIEWS — Brett Anderson talks to Greg Sonnier of Gabrielle restaurant (Eater NOLA’s 2017 Comeback of the Year) about his “Rip Van Winkle” experience. [NOLA.COM]

EVENTWIRE — Here’s GoNOLA’s guide to getting the most out of the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience, happening at the end of the month. [GoNOLA]

MENU PORN — Turkey and the Wolf just unleashed its new spring sandwich: asparagus on sourdough with garlicky roasted tomatoes, parmesan, chives, and chimichurri cream cheese. [FACEBOOK]

Speaking of sandwiches: Doug McCash compared the musician Beck to “the fried baloney sandwich I ordered at a hyper-trendy Uptown restaurant.” [NOLA.COM]

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Turkey & the Wolf

739 Jackson Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130 Visit Website

Ramen Y'all

709 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 Visit Website

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900 North Carrollton Avenue, , LA 70119 (504) 822-2583 Visit Website

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