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Synonyms for halibut

lean flesh of very large flatfish of Atlantic or Pacific

marine food fish of the northern Atlantic or northern Pacific


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Individual catch shares were introduced into the Alaskan halibut grounds in 1995, and the fishery turned around virtually overnight.
There's also a gourmet restaurant, Pomp, where the ever-changing menu recently offered broiled brown butter Alaskan halibut cheeks and other dishes more likely to be served at a Michelin-rated New York restaurant.Many visitors to Paws Up hail from California, New York and Florida.
The herb-grilled Alaskan halibut ($23.99) was served over a caramelized onion-celery root puree.
The moist, scalding Alaskan halibut encased in crisped batter dosed with Anchor Steam will erase anyone's bad Van de Kamps memories.
"It got rave reviews from the folks that tried it, but the People's Choice Winner was the Wild Alaskan Halibut with Blue Cheese Butter and Hazelnut Crust produced by Hartley's NW Seafoods," says Larry Andrews, retail marketing director at the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute in Seattle.
The seafood is flown in from around the world daily, and it serves a steak-cut Alaskan halibut and hard-to-find delicacies like true Dover sole.
Other fish available are Wild Sashimi Grade Albacore Tuna with Greg Higgins' Spiced Salt Rub, Wild Alaskan Halibut with Monica Pope's Chermoula Marinade, Bay Scallops with Stan Frankenthaler's Japanese Glaze, Wild South American Mahimahi with Sam Hayward's Caribbean Marinade, Florida White Shrimp with Susan Spicer's Scampi Kit, and Wild California Calamari with Ana Sortun's Crispy Calamari Kit.
Specifically, GAO addressed the (1) economic effects of the Alaskan halibut IFQ program on processors and (2) the methods available for protecting communities under an IFQ program.
Alaskan halibut, Alaskan salmon, sardines, white sea bass, and many farm-raised species, including tilapia, are better choices, according to the lists.
Luke Sung, chef and owner of Isa, also in San Francisco, has distinguished himself by putting a French topspin on the Spanish tapas tradition, offering small plates characterized by simple but deliciously distinctive flavors that work beautifully together: foie gras with rhubarb and strawberries; potato-wrapped Alaskan halibut paupiette with capers, tomato, lemon and brown butter.
One which drew attention was $9 million in loans to the Alaskan halibut fishing industry.
For the sea's sake, your best bet may be to select wild fish whose populations are not yet threatened, like Alaskan salmon, mahi mahi, bluefish, fluke and Alaskan halibut. (See EN, April 1998.) Next best are farmed shellfish like oys- ters, scallops and clams, plus fish raised onshore in closed systems like catfish, trout and tilapia, which generally are less harmful to the environment.
fisheries, including Alaskan halibut and, soon, red snapper.
Resource management needs have led to a substantial reduction in the number of permitted fishing days for some species [8]; for example, in 1992 the Alaskan halibut fishing season consisted of two or three 24-hour derbys, compared with a 2-week season in 1980.
An unusual, nontraditional menu with just a touch o' the green begins with snowy, white Alaskan halibut with a crunchy Emerald Sauce.
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