stone bass

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Synonyms for stone bass

brown fish of the Atlantic and Mediterranean found around rocks and shipwrecks

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He dried the excess lemon balm to use as a marinade for local, line-caught, grilled Wreckfish, also known as Stone Bass.
95), while my boyfriend was delighted with his fillet of stone bass with poached oyster, purple sprouting broccoli and Jerusalem artichoke (pounds 17).
These include an old-school gospel funk workout built on a Sly Stone bass line, ``Everybody Needs a 303,'' a spongy conga-line march called ``Give the Po'Man a Break,'' and a memorable rock anthem built on a droning single electric-guitar note, ``Santa Cruz.
I had a delicious lunch of stone bass with spring vegetables and a chocolate fondant pudding.
Rock star and Rolling Stone bass player Bill Wyman checking into Liverpool's Radisson SAS hotel on a visit to Wirral's international guitar festival.
Mrs Diner chose the only main course fish, stone bass, which arrived on a nest of sauteed beans and samphire, and what were supposed to be parmentier potatoes.