Definition of seafood
: edible marine fish and shellfish
Recent Examples of seafood from the Web
Fish and seafood also does well cooked in foil with butter and seasonings, which prevents the fish from sticking to the grill.
Garden Creek Farms produces seafood in the lofty climes of the Rocky Mountains.
Before and after this all-American barbecue dinner, bond with the sea creatures guilt-free—there’s no seafood on the menu.
A: Sometimes good grilling is about letting a piece of meat or seafood stand on its own using the right grilling techniques.
Paleo Known as the caveman diet, this eating plan sticks to basics like lean meats, seafood, fruits, vegetables, and nuts (and cuts out the fun stuff: sugar, booze, potatoes, and dairy).
That’s bad news not only for seafood lovers, but also for the kelp forest, where abalone are prey for animals from octopuses to otters, and help regulate algal growth.
The special Father’s Day menu includes cheese fondue, a salad or fruit cup, an entrée or various meats, vegetables and seafood, along with your favorite dessert.
Needing Protection Overfishing coupled with rising demand for seafood have exhausted fish resources in China’s major rivers and seas, said Liu Xiaoqiang, an official at the Ministry of Agriculture’s fishery department.
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First Known Use of seafood
SEAFOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seafood for English Language Learners
: fish and shellfish that live in the ocean and are used for food
SEAFOOD Defined for Kids
Definition of seafood for Students
: saltwater fish and shellfish used as food
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