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Food and fun during 3rd Annual Bon Temps Crawfish Festival in Dublin

Thousands of pounds of crawfish straight from the Gulf were purged, seasoned, boiled, and served with fresh corn and potatoes.

DUBLIN, Ga. — Pinch, peel, eat and repeat. That's exactly what folks did over the 3rd Bon Temps Crawfish Festival in Dublin.

People gathered on West Jackson Street for food, beer, live music and a good time. 

Thousands of pounds of crawfish straight from the Gulf were purged, seasoned, boiled, and served with fresh corn and potatoes.

The $20 ticket bought visitors a heaping two pounds of crawfish, along with the fixings and access to all the fun. 

There were street games, rides, slides and fun for the kids.

"We've got crawfish from Louisiana -- over 3,000 pounds -- and it was prepared by people from Louisiana, so it's as authentic as you can get," said Stephanie Miller.

If two pounds of crawfish wasn't enough, you could get an additional pound for $10 or two pounds for $15. 

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