I was born and raised in Louisiana so when it comes to crawfish, I know all about them. I remember a time when I first moved to Texas in 2002, where you could barely find a singular crawfish let alone folks that sold crawfish outside of the southeast "bayou" region of Texas. But over the last decade, more and more Texans have discovered the goodness of "mudbugs" and its lead to a huge demand and in return, higher prices.

Personally, I was planning on scoring some mudbugs this Easter weekend but I might put my plans on hold to see what going on in Houston. According to KTRK ABC 13 in Houston, an all you can eat crawfish festival is coming to the city on April 27th.

This 21 and up event will be held at Capitol Bar from 2:00 pm to 9:00 PM and tickets are limited for free admission, which is only until 4 p.m. After that, general admission is $10. The all-you-can-eat food pass starts at $20. Upgrades to that pass include a cabana section or table, which is highly suggested for parties of 10 or more.

I might have to fall through and pinch some tails!