from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Edible fish or shellfish from the sea.
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- n. Fish, shellfish, seaweed, and other edible aquatic life.
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- n. edible fish (broadly including freshwater fish) or shellfish or roe etc
The second picture of food includes, beef and broccoli, pepper check, and what they called a seafood combination.
She is our new seafood dominatrix, we just say the word "seafood" and she tells us what to eat.
But Dynasty's rice crepe is thinner, smaller, dotted with spicy ham and infused with high-flavoured brown sauce, which they call seafood sauce.
Unfortunately, beans and corn do not make a complete set of dietary protein; some meat, eggs, cheese, fish or other seafood is needed to make a healthy diet.
Cristalhombre wrote me asking for further references on "foodie" places at Lakeside after my review of the wonderful Tabarka Restaurant featuring splendid Spanish Mediterranean seafood from the Alicante Region and I told him I knew of few places that met those standards at Lakeside but Dawg has just discovered another place that is new and special beyond belief so here goes:
The seafood is fresh, with that oceany salty-sweet flavor; the sausage is good (though underseasoned compared to what the rest of the world calls linguica); and the grilled potatoes, with their creamy insides and smoky finish, are a real treat.
Having grown up in the PNW, I don't find that seafood is a major part of the culture, unless you are from a family that caught crabs, or visited the Puget Sound often.
But, as you have already pointed out, the best - and freshest - seafood, is what you serve at home.
Simmer for 3-4 minutes, or until the seafood is cooked through.
And so have many others; it's not unusual for people to drive from Dublin to eat from the Egon Ronay award-winning bar and restaurant menus, and it's a byword for seafood particularly lobster among visiting yacht crews.
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