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Station Bistro Hosting Another Authentic Crawfish Boil

The BAYOU and the BBQ II
Kimberton’s Station Bistro Stages Another Authentic Crawfish Boil on June 14, 2009
Craig and Nancy Miller know a good thing when they see it. 450 pounds of crawfish and scores of happy customers later, May 17th's Crawfish Boil at The Station Bistro was a lot of fun and a spicy success. So, while good crawfish are still available in season, the Millers are doing it again! Cajun in Kimberton!

This time around, diners will have a choice of getting All-You-Can-Eat crawfish, savory jambalaya, cool, creamy coleslaw and a beverage for $33.95; OR a full helping of the Station Bistro's famous, smoked-on-site baby-back ribs, french fries, coleslaw, and a beverage for $27.95. There will be some Victory and Yuengling beers for tasting, but since the Station Bistro is a BYOB, Craig Miller suggests diners also bring a few good beers to pair with his down-home Cajun feast; ones that definitely can stand up to the bold flavors you'll taste.”

Miller and wife Nancy have been doing crawfish boils in their backyard for years, sharing their passion for Louisiana cooking with family and friends. When the Millers had the opportunity to work in New Orleans, they found themselves exploring every aspect of New Orleans cuisine and eating where the locals ate. “We loved the jambalaya and red beans and rice at Masparo's,” says Miller, “the etoufee at Copeland's and Emeril Legasse's gumbo when he was the chef at Commander's Palace. And when I make those dishes, I'm staying true to their great recipes. But most of all Nancy and I really got into crawfish. We could easily down five pounds of crawfish each with some good beers at a local bar.”

And now both serious and casual Cajun food lovers will have one more chance to get down „n dirty with some mudbugs on June 14.

“We have the crawfish flown in fresh from Louisiana that day,” Nancy Miller points out, “and we use an authentic seasoning blend to flavor the boil. It's the real deal.”

The Station Bistro’s 2nd Annual Crawfish Boil II starts at 12:00pm on Sunday June 14, 2009.

The cost is $ 33.95 for the All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish OR $27.95 for the BBQ Rib Dinner.

RSVP's requested to help with ordering, can be made at (610)933-1147 or via the restaurant's e-mail link at www.stationbistro.com.

EXCELLENT STORY, PHOTO, VIDEO AND COOKING SEGMENT OPPORTUNITIES. For additional information and to schedule an interview, visit or photo shoot, contact Nancy Miller at (610)933-1147.

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