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"We used to make a salad that we called a seafare salad" that contained surimi, Zabar said, which he described as "a Japanese version of crabmeat using pollock as the base."
At twenty-five I came to Suma, knowing all sorrow of seafare, having none to attend my dreams, no one to hear the old stories.
He will tell you under what star to go to sea, if sail you must; but better not seafare at all.
Sticklers could also challenge "seafare" because freshwater crawfish would presumably not be found in the sea.
By then, Zabar had had enough, so he changed the name on the label from "lobster salad" to "seafare salad."
Visit its world heritage monuments, the brilliant Manueline style Monastery of Jerónimos and Belém Tower with their elaborate seafare themed designs of waves and knots, the old day Portugese glory during the Age of Exploration is palpable.