whitebait


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whitebait

any of various small silvery fishes, such as Galaxias attenuatus of Australia and New Zealand and Allosmerus elongatus of North American coastal regions of the Pacific
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Seoul, Korea) and sun-dried whitebait (Salangichthys microdon, proximate composition is shown in Table 1) (In-a Feed, Seocheon, Korea) were purchased from a local market.
My sister gave a thumbs up to the paprika-spiced whitebait and the blue-cheese drenched mushrooms were naughty but extremely nice.
Try the spicy whitebait, followed by caper-buttered flounder, or a ham terrine followed by a great roast.
It was the opening day of the fishing season of whitebait, and many boats went out for fishing.
A They were likely to be whitebait, which are dredged in flour and fried in hot oil for a couple of minutes then eaten whole.
cherrystones, or the Irish wholesaler with his herring & whitebait,
2004) including three "iconic" fish species, whitebait (5 Galaxias sp), eel (2 Anguilla sp.
Two main courses of salmon and whitebait roe served atop a cheese biscuit and deer with black current sauce leave little room for dessert.
Dishes for the winter include old favourites such as devilled whitebait, fish pie and bread and butter pudding, while more adventurous racegoers can sample kipper pate with whisky, asparagus sauce mousseline and a half-lobster.
And in true Neapolitan style, it is joined by shrimp and whitebait (tiny whole smelts) for a delightful change of pace and titled fritto misto di mare ($6.
The prisoners created canaps, entres, mains and desserts and were mentored by celebrity chef Martin Bosley, executive chefs James Pask from Whitebait and Kristan Mulcahy from The Green Man, and Rimutakas catering instructors.