One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small edible European scallop.
- ‘Whether you choose king scallops, with shells up to six inches in diameter, queen scallops, about half the size, or tiny princess scallops, it is essential not to cook them for too long, as the delicate flesh will toughen.’
- ‘High levels of PSP toxins have also been detected in queen scallops and mussels scattered up the west coast.’
- ‘It would result in the largest managed area in the UK and control oysters, mussels, cockles, clams, lobsters, squat, lobsters, queen scallops, crabs, whelks, razor fish and crawfish.’
- ‘The Food Standards Agency have lifted the ban on queen scallop fishing in Scapa Flow.’
- ‘A ban on fishing for queen scallops in waters around the North Isles was announced on Monday by the Food Standards Agency.’
- ‘This was topped with smoked queen scallops which tasted vaguely of saffron, but not a lot else.’
- ‘On this trip, several favourites - trout with toasted almonds and Fins' peerless queen scallops Proveneale - went by the board and the hot seafood platter and monkfish in a cream and brandy sauce were chosen.’
- ‘Nathan plundered the large specials board for his queen scallops St Jacques.’
- ‘The chippy's more unusual offerings - queen scallops, squid rings and prawns - are all caught by Scottish boats and the staples, such as haggis and black pudding, from nearby suppliers.’
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