sea bream

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Recent Examples on the Web By about 3500 years ago, Egyptians were raising gilt-head sea bream in a large lagoon. Erik Stokstad, Science | AAAS, "New genetic tools will deliver improved farmed fish, oysters, and shrimp. Here’s what to expect," 19 Nov. 2020 The sediment contained bones belonging to eels, morays, conger, mullet and sea bream. New York Times, "Neanderthals Feasted on Seafood, Seabirds, Perhaps Even Dolphins," 26 Mar. 2020 The menu includes a 30-day dry-aged porterhouse grilled over almond wood, pork short rib with pineapple, fried artichoke with kimchi aioli and whole sea bream with smoked eggplant. Hadley Tomicki, Los Angeles Times, "Where’s the beef? It’s at American Beauty in Venice," 10 Sep. 2019 Boulud will prepare French dishes such as Salade Niçoise, roasted sea bream and Pissaladière. Rod Stafford Hagwood, sun-sentinel.com, "Get your wine on with these vino events in South Florida," 29 Aug. 2019 From the wood-fire grill comes a Basque-style chicken served with braised tomatoes, shallots and sweet peppers; a sea bream with grilled salt cod and garlic sauce; and bone-in steak Fiorentina with roasted sweet peppers and sherry vinegar. Greg Morago, Houston Chronicle, "First look at Rosie Cannonball, opening today in Montrose," 28 Aug. 2019 On each of my visits, there have been constants on the menu: the oyster and soondae snacks, that caviar, the sea bream in broth, a Wagyu galbi finale and the big (tiny) Choco Pie finisher. Soleil Ho, SFChronicle.com, "At Maum in Palo Alto, a tasting menu that celebrates Korean American classics," 8 Aug. 2019 Next is sushi-hassun, a platter of nigiri: shima aji (striped jack) with the tiniest dab of the citrus-chile paste yuzu kosho, madai (sea bream), and torched salmon. Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, "At Kamakura, dinner is part 10-course tone poem, part sake crash course," 18 June 2019 During the ceremony, called Nosai no Gi, a messenger from Moriya visited Princess Ayako and her mother, Princess Hisako, with gifts, like sake and sea bream. Megan Friedman, Town & Country, "Watch Japan's Princess Ayako Get Formally Engaged to Commoner Kei Moriya," 13 Aug. 2018

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circa 1530, in the meaning defined above

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“Sea bream.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sea%20bream. Accessed 19 Jan. 2021.

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