Recent Examples of tilefish from the Web
In 2001, the FDA recommended that pregnant women and women who might become pregnant limit their fish intake to 12 ounces a week, and avoid several high-mercury fish, including shark, swordfish, king mackerel, and tilefish.
Boats that were deep-dropping were catching tilefish and a few snowy groupers.
Seasonal seafood: Alligator, blue crab, clams, flounder, grouper, king mackeral, mahi mahi, oysters, yellowtail snapper, shrimp, tilapia, tilefish and yellow tuna.
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Origin and Etymology of tilefish
First Known Use: 1881See Words from the same year
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