10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «EUROPEAN SOLE»
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Mastering the Art of French Cooking
European sole is flown over to America, and can be bought, but it is rarely seen
in the usual American market. The sole's ease of skinning and filleting, and in
close-grained yet delicate flesh make it ideal for poaching. The best American ...
The Gourmet Cookbook: More Than 1000 Recipes
Goujonettes are usually made from sole, but because a true European sole such
as Dover sole can be hard to find in the United States (and is very expensive), we
substituted lemon sole, which is actually a flounder, with great success.
Masters of American Cookery: M.F.K. Fisher, James Andrew ...
The fact that the European sole, called "Dover" in England and "sole" in France,
is superior in quality to any of our flounders, flukes, and dabs, which we often call
"sole," only compounds the problem. European sole is not grown here, but flown
Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher, 1983
Field Guide to Seafood: How to Identify, Select, and Prepare ...
See walleye and zander European sea bass, 16, 55-56 European sole. See
Dover sole F filleting, 3-4 fillets choosing, 2-3 skinning, 5 finnan haddie, 288 fish
roe, 82, 288-89 fish stock, 5-6 flounder and dab, lya-c, 56-60 flower crab. See
Fishes of the Pacific Coast: Alaska to Peru, Including the ...
The phrase "fillet of sole" was once reserved for the prized common European
sole Solea solea, but is now used for almost any filleted flatfish. Because
bottomfishes are particularly susceptible to contamination and pollutants, a
Chambers concise dictionary
European sole see under Dover sole European Union > n (abbreviation EU) the
economic and political association of European states which was developed from
its predecessor the EUROPEAN COMMUNITY by the coming into force of the ...
Chembers 21 Century Dictionary
European sole see DOVER SOLE European Union see under EUROPEAN
CoMMUNrrv europium /juo'roupism/ o noun, chem (symbol Eu, atomic number 63
) a soft silvery metallic element belonging to the LANTHANIDE series. © 19c:
Middle English Dictionary
The European sole (Solea solea); -- also coll.; ~ fish. (1252) Close R. Hen. Ill 68:
c soles, xl cungros friscos. ( 1 347) Acc . R . Dur . in Sur . Soc .9941: Inplayces,
sperling, et soles emp. , 6 s. 10 d. al350 Ipswich Domesdav(l) 102: Ordene est qe
Hans Kurath, Robert E. Lewis, 1989
As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto
Do you ever get real European Sole? I ran into a fellow in Paris who is a NY
wholesale fish dealer, Monsieur Prince, and he imports lots of European sole. I'll
bet it is no more expensive in the States than here... Here it is a buck a pound, ...
Born to Grill: An American Celebration
... sand dabs. All more closely related to flounder than true European sole, the
flaky white fish are sometimes too fragile for grilling, but petrale in particular can
take a high heat, especially when cloaked in a protective wrap of moist
Cheryl Alters Jamison, Bill Jamison, 2004
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'As Always, Julia'
Do we ever have the little thin French bean type? In other words, do you always have to "French" them? Do you ever get real European Sole? «New York Times, Dec 10»