langoustine : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  caught in European waters; slenderer than American lobster

  • Prawns and langoustine must be fished out of glass jars.
  • In Paris, where restaurant menus boast langoustine from Madagascar and caviar from Iran, few gourmets imagine it possible to compose a meal from produce grown within 50 miles of .
  • Sweet, earthy langoustines are accentuated by oven-dried langoustine powder, and the scallops have a subtle froth of green-tea emulsion.

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