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- n. Plural form of branzino.
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They were all tied up -- Paul scored for his mixed greens salad and branzini, while Will scored for his seared scallops and ribeye with gruyere -- until the final dish.
UM is raising branzini in 12-foot-in-diameter tanks in 3,200 gallons of water that is constantly filtered and has wastes removed using microbes, with water temperature controlled by computer.
Zohar is hoping to get funding to build a warehouse producing 200 tons of branzini a year.
Key to the experiment is the group's experimenting with using plants and algae, rather than ground-up fish remains, to feed the branzini.
Whole branzini, perfectly cooked, was accompanied by slices of squeaky fresh fried zucchini and roast potatoes.
Over risotto and branzini, Lady Liliana Cavendish hammed it up for the photographers as Poppy de Villeneuve chatted to Todd Eberle.
But the entrées-crispy-skinned chicken with mashed potatoes, pan-roasted branzini with baby Brussels sprouts, a quality burger, a skippable risotto-are not exactly destination food.