Recent Examples of abalone from the Web
In February, Raeburn Jansson died trying to poach abalone in the waters off Cape Town.
For example, Yoo tops a familiar item like kimchi salad with an unexpected pomegranate drizzle, and freshens up fermented steamed abalone with fish liver sauce and black sesame.
Highlights include grain pancakes; an omakase Japanese breakfast; and satsuki rice porridge with uni, abalone and scallop.
Your Ise-Shima Short List When to GoAn abundance of seafood means there’s always something in season: abalone, from March to September; rock oysters, from April to July; and Ise-ebi, from October to April.
Most recently, Blake Lively was spotted stepping out to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a stunning pair of abalone shell earrings from Kendra Scott’s newest Spring 2018 collection.
After one restoration, another: a bowl of abalone juk at Mountain Cafe, a checkerboard of banchan stretching across the table.
Inside, officers found a freezer containing 89 packaged abalone.
The shadow palette is inspired by the colors of an abalone shell and the many jewels of the ocean.
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Origin and Etymology of abalone
First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
ABALONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of abalone for English Language Learners
: a type of shellfish that is eaten as food and that has a shell that is lined with a hard white material (called mother-of-pearl)
ABALONE Defined for Kids
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