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Try out dishes like sea urchin eggs, Hawaiian abalone, and octopus.
The equipment, which Meyer had first guessed was for cooking donkey meat, was being used to process abalone, a marine shellfish smuggled by the ton from South Africa to China each year.
Tomatillo salsa verde was a mere footnote to a lovely plate of pea vines, abalone mushrooms, fregola sarde and king salmon.
Finally, the team added paint, abalone shells, hair and a trailer of white ermine skins.
Conveniently located on the Bund, this vegetarian and vegan restaurant serves up such filling, flavorful delights as fried abalone mushroom rolls with zucchini.
Tucker surfed in Costa Rica, off Mexico and in the Pacific, fished, and dove for abalone.
Standing beside a piece of drilling equipment, Mark Masinda holds a piece of abalone shell from which button blanks have been drilled.
From a flattop grill helmed by a single chef, guests try an excellent twist on a tamale that’s almost as airy as a soufflé, in addition to quarter-sized baby abalone served with a sauce made from its own liver.
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First Known Use: 1850See Words from the same year
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