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salted roe of sturgeon or other large fish

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Atlantis, The Palm teamed up with luxury US caviar company AmStur this New Year's Eve to create the impossible and break the Guinness World RecordAaAaAeAnAaAaAeA for the world's largest caviar tin.
That's how La Prairie describes the newest advancement in its White Caviar skin whitening range.
The beggar's purse was a voluptuous serving of Beluga caviar and sour cream spooned onto the center of a crepe, the ends of which were then gathered up and tied with a bow of chive.
Summary: A Dh1,300 seven-course dinner, each featuring one of the world's most expensive food ingredients, caviar, is how Etihad Airways will make its entry to Gourmet Abu Dhabi festival this month from February 5 to 20.
Caviar remains the ultimate luxury food - except these days the Caspian delicacy likely comes from a farm near you.
A Polish company claims it is now possible to enjoy the authentic taste of caviar without damaging stocks of sturgeon.
It has a more reserved flavor than Russian caviars and sells for $25 per ounce.
These delicately flavored, affordable caviars are great for hors d'oeuvres.
All other sturgeon caviars come from species belonging to the genus Acipenser.
Other caviars exist and can be quite appealing, but it's the Caspian caviar that gourmets prize enough to pay the premium price it invariably commands.
Luxurious-looking caviars need not be prohibitively expensive.
In the face of nearly four years of concerted urging by environmental groups, the United Nations' Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) September 1 said it had halted the global trade of most caviars, including prized beluga caviar from the Caspian Sea's imperiled beluga sturgeon.
Managing director of Fisheries Export Development Fund of Iran told IANA that since fishing sturgeons has been forbidden due to the policy of protecting the Caspian Sea reserves, Iran tends to expand breeding caviars in order to maintain the market of Iranian exported caviar.
While the world will miss a great culinary delicacy if the beluga ban is approved, there are still ample worldclass caviars available.