stone bass

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

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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.
Stone bass with red pepper sauce and melting fennel reminded me of my favourite dish at Guy Cowan's Glasgow restaurant.
SOME-FIN SPECIAL Stone bass with red pepper sauce and melting fennel went down well with our Anna
On the other hand, for the travelling gastronauts there was stone bass with orange braised fennel, or cured and torched mackerel.
Out of the hundreds of applicants, Shane received the highest mark and was awarded 10 out of 10 for his fennel salted stone bass, ecrase potato, crispy squid and blood orange beurre blanc recipe.
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.
Pan seared stone bass on a bed of almond and parmesan broccoli, with citrus meringues and a pomegranate and chive drizzle?
My goodness they were good, with the zing of the lemon shining through against the meaty but mild slab of stone bass, cooked with a crispy skin giving way to white, flaky chunks.
Most of its dishes, including the signature Karbon Burger, seasoned with a unique rub, as well as the Cajun blackened stone bass, baked North Sea lobster and a 30oz Tomahawk rib-eye steak, are cooked on a charcoal-fuelled Josper grill, which is said to give a stronger flavour.
It features creamy celeriac soup with local crab; pan roasted fillet of stone bass with crackling, smoked eel, shrimps and parsley; Shields haddock with prawn and oyster vinaigrette; seared North Sea halibut with Jerusalem artichokes, chanterelles and shiraz; roasted rack and braised shoulder of Longwitton hogget with leeks, onions and Ragstone goats' cheese; and dark chocolate pave with amaretto.
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.
I was about to order when I spotted some specials hidden away on the back, including scallops and stone bass.
Ruari Mackay and his boss, Terry Laybourne, evidently get this: the excellent stone bass fillets lay on a bed of sea beet and samphire.