In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Take a torch with you, because within the crevices you'll find loads of prawns, shrimps and the odd lobster.
- Over the years we have bought lobsters, prawns, crabs and scallops on the shore outside the house, direct from the boats that landed them.
- These included king crab, Phuket lobster, oysters, river prawns and yabbies.
- I was drawn to the king prawn trilussa - prawns in a white wine and rosemary sauce served on a large bed of rice.
- I get confused between giant prawns, crayfish and langoustine, but these were gigantic.
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