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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And when they did arrive I was glad the whitebait had been cancelled, with the seven dishes taking up almost every square inch of space on the table.
Dro pdown to a smaller mesh castnet to grab the little whitebaits that are best for scamp and shake the sabikis around channel markers and inshore reefs for Spanish sardines, pinfish and spots.
Second billing went to the spring rolls, which were nice and crispy, and the whitebait salad which was deliciously tangy.
Nathan picked up the idea for whitebait while working at Hotel du Vin in Winchester but he says the batter is transformed by the beef dripping at GBE.
The only other hot choices (and heat was required) were the soup, whitebait, deep-fried brie or filo-wrapped goat's cheese and chicken goujons, none of which appealed.
Both attract good numbers of whitebait and the fish species that follow them.
First rinse the whitebait and dry them thoroughly on kitchen towels.
MOUTHWATERING - above, the reception area of Starters and Puds and three meals, from the top, Spanish meatballs with fresh pasta, fish kebab with salmon, king prawn and cod and whitebait with lemon aioli
Finally, I went for deep-fried whitebait with tartare sauce and my wife ham hock and apple salad with Port syrup.