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Étouffée is the French word which literally means "smothered," is the term used in New Orleans most often to refer to a thick stew of crawfish tails cooked in a roux-based liquid with crawfish, fat, garlic, and green seasonings. Étouffée is pronounced "ay-too-fay"

37 °Celsius is referring to the average human body temperature. 37 °Celsius is equivalent to 98.6° Fahrenheit.

100° Celsius is referring to the temperature at which pure water boils. 100 °Celsius is equivalent to 212° Fahrenheit.

32° Fahrenheit is referring to the temperature at which pure water freezes. Liquid substances freeze at different temperatures based on their chemical composition and impurities and minerals in water, like salt change the temperature at which water freezes. 32 Fahrenheit is equivalent to 0° Celsius.

212° Fahrenheit is referring to the temperature at which pure water boils. 212° Fahrenheit is equivalent to 100 °Celsius.

0 °Celsius is referring to the temperature at which pure water freezes. Liquid substances freeze at different temperatures based on their chemical composition and impurities and minerals in water, like salt change the temperature at which water freezes. 0 Celsius is equivalent to 32 Fahrenheit.