brisling


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Synonyms for brisling

small fatty European fish

small herring processed like a sardine

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And let's not forget Abigail Brisling, the child beauty queen at the center of "Little Miss Sunshine.
Scofish, which supplies Tesco and Waitrose with own-label mackerel fillets and John West with brisling sardines, has also created a new luxury range that will be one of the first to carry the newly launched industry Omega-3 label.
First, it addresses the question of nomenclature that will reappear under Cosimo: brisling at Dante's a nd Trissino's evasions, Machiavelli wants that which is Florentine to be called Florentine.
American and Canadian "sardines" are really little herring (Clupeus harengus), while sardines from Norway are sprats (Sprattus sprattus balticus), identified as "brisling sardines" because brisling is their Norwegian name.
Arthur/illustrator Chris Raschka introduces his new picture book, ``Arlene Sardine,'' the story of a brisling that realizes her dream of growing up, being caught, sorted, iced, smoked and covered with olive oil, to finally become a sardine, at Pages Books in Tarzana from 10 a.
each) brisling sardines, drained 2 or 3 thin onion slices, separated into rings 12 red radishes, each with a few unbruised leaves, rinsed and crisped 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar