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scalloped

(skal′ŏpt, skol′)
Having a boundary or border shaped in a series of connected waves or C-shapes. Some rashes (like the rash of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma) have raised red borders whose outer edge resembles the shape of a scallop shell.
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Season the scallops with the salt and black pepper.
Clip into the seam allowances up to, but not through each scallop point and the center-front point (5).
Therefore, to monitor the impact of the closure on scallop aggregations, two optical survey techniques, drop camera and diver transects, were used.
The puree can be made ahead and just warmed when serving, the scallops can also be cleaned and refrigerated before time.
The new research suggests that scallop eyes are more akin to another kind of technology: a reflector telescope of the sort first invented by Newton.
France bans all scallop dredging between May 15 and October 1, but Britain allows its vessels to operate year-round.
Ingredients 6 large scallops, cleaned (shells optional for presentation) 1 tsp olive oil 45g hazelnuts 1 shallot 75g butter, softened zest of half a lemon 1 tbsp.
The situation has arisen over a controversial licence variation which now forces non-Manx boats to report king scallop catches to Isle of Man authorities each day.
Summary: Three stunning recipes to make the most of fresh scallops
Al rolls up on a bike with cornrows, pulls out a scallop and puts it in front of my eyes and it was smoked.
The sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus, Gmelin 1791) of the Mid-Atlantic Bight Atlantic fishery has been commercially active for over 100 years, and in recent years has consistently ranked in the top five most valuable domestic U.S.