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The chef is always trying to find fishermen to bring him things most people aren’t familiar with, such as Diamond turbot, kelp crabs, California king crabs, sea cucumbers and jellyfish.
An epic turbot appeared — nearly three pounds of it! — dusted in flour and bronzed beneath an amandine hale of capers, nuts and brown butter lightened with fish stock that reaffirmed Vernick’s strong French roots.
Turbot With Clams in Warm Vinaigrette Mr. Berasategui favors turbot for its flavor and flakiness, but any flatfish—such as sole or flounder—can be substituted.
The skin on turbot caught in Portugal is seared to a satisfying crackle on a plancha and served with a simple lemon vinaigrette.
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The event stretched for nearly 3.5 hours as leaders and their spouses dined on turbot from the North Sea and Friesian beef cheeks, according to a menu published by The Associated Press.
This fish group includes species familiar to seafood lovers—not only halibut, but flounder, sole, and turbot.
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Origin and Etymology of turbot
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of turbot for English Language Learners
: a large European fish that is eaten as food
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