A yabby is a freshwater crayfish from Australia. In the wild some varieties can reach 10 pounds, but the farm raised ones found in markets are usually 2 oz to 5 oz. They are bluish green their meat is very sweet, and there is a fair amount of claw meat in addition to the tail meat. They are being flown in live from Western Australia, and are available in large city markets in the U.S.
There is even a special dry white wine that was created to be served with yabbies, St. Hallett's Poacher's Blend.
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