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Between jokes about Colton’s big conch, Colton finally manages to tell Becca his big secret.
Look for conch graded No.1, the most desirable, with the membranes removed.
First, Colton and Becca go on a catamaran and dive for conches.
The beef comes out thinly sliced, topped with cilantro and crushed peanuts, and the conch is cut into tender chunks mixed with slivers of fresh scallion.
When combined with other musical elements (e.g., dancing, chanting, whistling, conch shell playing, etc.), the music has a polyphonic texture (many independent voices or instruments).
For the indecisive or really hungry, the conch combo platter fits the bill.
Yellowtail snapper, parrot fish, a nurse shark, and giant pink conch all thrive in the area’s coral reef.
For newcomers, start out with two classic Sichuan cold dishes: beef tendon in the chef’s hot sauce and conch in spicy sauce.
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Origin and Etymology of conch
First Known Use: 1707
in the meaning defined at sense 1
CONCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conch for English Language Learners
: a type of shellfish that lives in a large shell which has the form of a spiral; also : the shell of a conch
CONCH Defined for Kids
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