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  • n. Plural form of langoustine.


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  • A report by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) into the poisoning of more than 500 diners at the Fat Duck, regularly named as one of the world's best restaurants, said the most likely cause was a norovirus introduced by oysters, although other ingredients such as langoustines could have played a role.

    The Guardian World News

  • At dinner recently, he used local ingredients to make dishes such as langoustines with cucumber, crab and sea asparagus, and suckling pig with homemade fennel and cèpe sausage (Prinses Irenestraat 19, Tel.


  • If aubergines and langoustines were all a bit too much, then there was always Nigel Slater's Simple Christmas BBC1.

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  • It will serve twists of some of the highlights from his Rome restaurant, such as linguine with langoustines, Pecorino and zucchini flowers, crudo and catch of the day with many tapas, but will also cater to the British palette—"more garlic and more potatoes," says Mr. Riccioli, with his customary twinkle.

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  • This includes strongly flavored preserved fish, cultured dairy products, pickled forest shoots and hand-harvested scallops and langoustines, bathed in freshly churned butter.

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  • My father would say, 'Where did the lobster and langoustines go?'

    The Illusionist of French Gastronomy

  • On the finely chopped raw veal dish plus the freshly grilled langoustines, we used Capenzzana oil, which is closer to Florence as it is a very beautiful delicate oil.

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  • On a recent visit to Copenhagen's Noma, which is the flagship for Nordic Cuisine, exquisite langoustines arrived at the rear of the restaurant from Trondheim in Northern Norway, more than 1,000 kilometers away.

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  • With the guidance of a seasoned Marbella Club going friend, my focus was completely on the seafood part -- you can order ad-libitum amounts of langoustines or lobsters from the grill that the lovely waiters will then bring to your table so you don't have to walk the 20 feet to the buffet yourself.

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  • They ate langoustines and pheasant, washed down with an Australian white eyebrows raised at that disclosure and an unrecalled red.

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