Recent Examples of seaweed from the Web
Sustainably sourced bladderwrack seaweed from Maine, to be exact.
The seasonal food menu will have items like a raviolo with duck egg, potato, seaweed, sesame seed and pasta; a monkfish dish with kohlrabi, green apple, barley and bonito; and a chocolate mousse with brown butter, cocoa nibs and milk.
And sure enough, you can get dried seaweed with an Olympic logo.
Their ramen is classic, with slices of super-tender roast pork, seaweed, scallions and bamboo shoots. in a light pork broth.
The kitchen's creations include the Polka Poke, which consists of raw ahi tuna and salmon, avocado, cucumber, seaweed, ginger on a bed of rice, nachos or greens and topped with the house miso aioli.
Jesse’s Pistels Nursery in Portland sells both fascinating marimo (Japanese for seaweed) moss balls and string gardens, describing them on the website.
Ishida gently places garnishes on the ramen: seaweed, corn, pork belly, a slightly runny boiled egg, a pile of matchstick scallions.
This sushi-esque dish is made up of sheets of seaweed filled with rice, carrot, radish, spinach, crab, and egg and then rolled tight and cut into rounds.
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Definition of seaweed for English Language Learners
: a type of plant that grows in the sea
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