langouste


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Sometimes referred to as rock lobster or langouste, it is generally found in warmer waters.
The link with marine life has extended to the names of the prostitutes on whom the pimps depend, with crevette and langouste.
Expect everything from empty bird's nests and a langouste la Parisienne to a pyramid of jawless skulls.
Assuming it's the same species--and remember, for example, that the crustaceans designated by homard, langouste and langoustine in French do not divide up the same way as those called "lobster" and "crayfish" in English -- that's start.
L'hotel Emir de Cheraga propose un menu de mousse aux crustaces de mer, crevette, langouste, langoustine, couronne aux trois abats, crepinette au filet de boeuf, dessert et buche de fin d'annee dans une ambiance festive.
La capture de langouste constitue la peche la plus pratiquee et lucrative dans le combinado.