John Dory

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John Dory:

see rockfishrockfish,
member of the family Sebastidae (rockfishes) according some authorities, but also classified as a member of the family Scorpaenidae (scorpionfishes, lionfishes, and rockfishes) by other authorities, carnivorous fish inhabiting all seas and especially abundant in the
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John Dory has a dark "eye spot" on the side of its body which confuses prey, which are then scooped up by its big mouth.
The wine director for the 150-seat Breslin Bar and Dining Room and the 120-seat John Dory Oyster Bar, located in New York's Ace Hotel, believes prevailing wine styles at the two venues vary, depending on whether staff is selling their personal favorites or the table is selecting on their own bottle.
John Dory, pan-fried white fish served with a smooth lobster sauce.
It will be followed by John Dory and red gurnard in June and Cornish red mullet in July.
The bone fishes silver John dory, monkfish, Brazilian codling, and black grouper composed together 23% of the total retained catch.
1 1/2 pounds filleted John Dory, Cut into 12 strips
Wade Hicks is solid as Sir George's sidekick, John Dory.
The John Dory fillet my dining partner had sat atop a mound of 'spaghetti' vegetables.
Atul Kochhar and Stuart Gillies prepare their fish course, with both taking an unusual step and deciding to use John Dory in their dishes.
It did look amazingly wonderful, and including his fish-finding trip to Cornwall, which involved the rejection of cod, haddock, John Dory, plaice and Dover Sole, followed by the jaunt to Leeds, could have been brought in, as we call it in the catering trade, for pounds 650.
Cimarusti brings his passion for fish and seafood ($32 and up) to the table with regular a la carte entrees of John Dory, monkfish, striped bass, turbot, salmon and lobster.