Abalone are medium-sized to very large edible sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks. Common names for abalones also include ear-shells, sea-ears and Venus’s-ears, as well as muttonfish or muttonshells in Australia, ormer in Jersey and Guernsey, perlemoen in South Africa and pāua in New Zealand. The shells of abalones have a low and open spiral structure, […]
Plain boiled rice.
A halibut is a type of flatfish from the family of the right-eye flounders. This name is derived from haly (holy) and butt (flat fish), alleged to be called so from being commonly eaten on holy-days. Halibut live in both the North Pacific and the North Atlantic oceans and are highly regarded food fish. The […]
The Blue sprat also known as the blue bait and is a type of sprat fish.
The Atlantic jackknife , Ensis directus, also known as the American jackknife clam or razor clam (but note that “razor clam” sometimes refers to different species), is a large species of edible marine bivalve mollusc, found on the North American Atlantic coast, from Canada to South Carolina as well as in Europe. This clam lives […]
Dancing shrimp, Ama Ebi served living.
Small crabs, about as big as the first joint of your thumb, served grilled and whole
Sea bream, porgy, snapper. In Japan, a type of Tai is known as madai (真鯛, or “genuine tai”) and is prized both for its flavor and for its traditional use as an auspicious food often served at New Year’s and festive occasions such as weddings. In Korea, it is known as Ch’amdom (참돔). Pagrus major […]