scollop


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Synonyms for scollop

edible muscle of mollusks having fan-shaped shells

thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled

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edible marine bivalve having a fluted fan-shaped shell that swim by expelling water from the shell in a series of snapping motions

form scallops in

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fish for scallops

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shape or cut in scallops

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Garnish with shiso cress and place a skewer in side of each scollop.
20am, a huge harvest moon hung over Liverpool, and 21-year-old Mick Smethurst left his girlfriend's house on Wavertree's Cecil Street and headed for his home on Garmoyle Road, where his mother would be waiting to make him the ritual supper of scollops - not the shellfish of that name, but thick fried slices of parboiled spuds, and they were a rosy prospect to young Mick.
Popular choices are traditional scollops, Yorkshire fish cakes and the Starfish Doner Special which includes either a lamb or chicken doner, chips, salad and pitta bread.
The company's unusual name led to a famous advertising campaign in the 1950s based upon the misspelling of their name following the successful delivery of a letter, without delay, addressed to Speckles and Dollops Ltd, England with the words, "try Apples and Scollops, Oldbury" scribbled on the envelope.
Another section showed her moaning about having to eat scollops.