samphire


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fleshy maritime plant having fleshy stems with rudimentary scalelike leaves and small spikes of minute flowers

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INGREDIENTS SERVES 1 Lemon sole (400g), fins removed 50ml olive oil 50g blanched samphire 10g chilli, finely diced 1/2 lemon, juiced 5 clams 50g butter Salt and pepper Optional: 50ml of white wine
A revitalising and very fresh aroma ideal for bathing, where samphire and marine notes are reminiscent of the sea and ultimately, of the Seabourn experience.
In the last year demand for samphire has soared by 80 per cent at Tesco, thanks to its popularity on TV cookery shows like BBC TVs Saturday Morning Kitchen and Channel Fours Sunday Brunch.
Physico-chemical data for the soils from sites used to cultivate onions and lucerne and sites where native samphire was growing are presented in Table 1.
Their freshness is balanced with tart fine slices of pickled plum, salty sea kale, vinegary samphire and the slightly sweet jelly.
My main of salmon fillet in shrimp butter with samphire and broccoli was delicious.
But I hope he'll forgive me for saying the piri piri lemon sole with tikka sauce and samphire was one of the most fantastic meals I've eaten in years.
uk) my menu will offer an old fashioned terrine using summery herbs flavouring a meaty terrine of ham hock, ox tongue and chicken livers served with a salad of watercress grown by Peter Jones a champion of salads, followed by wild bass with a light Laverbread sauce and samphire picked from the coastline.
The menu for Prince Charles's banquet held later in the night included twice-baked cheese souffle with baby leaf spinach, line-caught sea bass with coastal samphire and rhubarb Eton mess.
On 18 July 2012 the Olympic Torch will travel underground on the 9km section from Eurotunnel's Folkestone Terminal to the 30-hectare nature reserve at Samphire Hoe.
In an attempt to tailor its cheeses to Japanese tastes, Grandma Singletons is developing a cheese blended with samphire.
Hail Caesar, trained by Walsh's father Ted, was sent off the 8-11 favourite and was beaten five and a half lengths and three and a half lengths by the Paul Flynn-trained winner Save My Blushes and runner-up Lady Samphire.
The project, which is being run by the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology with sponsorship from Etihad Airways, and Boeing and Honeywell of the US, consists of an ecosystem that includes fish farms, a mangrove plantation and fields to produce salicornia, a crop which is also known as samphire, a salad-like vegetable often served with fresh fish.
Summary: CAIRO: A salty, crunchy salad herb known to gourmands as samphire could revolutionize agriculture in the Middle East by providing food, fodder and fuel without using a single drop of freshwater.
Thaxton secured the World English language rights for the novels Calypso Rising and Samphire Song, both of which are aimed at readers aged ten and older.