In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Mix vegetables and water-packed tuna with fat-free mayonnaise or, for a different taste, mix with a fat-free salad dressing.
- Tom Fitzgerald said fish landings were down on the previous year because of the ban on tuna drift net fishing and severe restrictions on quotas of other species.
- In the tuna canning factories close to Mari Tere's shop some 60 women clad in white robes, work manually cleaning and putting anchovies and tuna in glass containers and tins.
- The industry is stepping up the sardine catch to feed farm-raised tuna.
- The aim is to reduce the incidental catch of gamefish like marlin while allowing stocks of swordfish, oceanic sharks and tuna to replenish themselves.
- The tuna I bought, for example, was two for a dollar.
- Dredge the tuna in flour, patting off any excess.
- When the oil is hot, sear the tuna for 15-25 seconds on each side.
- New studies still find fault with tuna fishing practices
- As a rule, I avoid lumps of grilled tuna: it's fish for people who don't like eating fish, or just don't like eating.
- Thousands of dolphins are killed every year by Pacific tuna fishing fleets.
- Open-ocean travelers-such as whales, tuna and sharks visit the underwater mountains on their migratory routes.
- You can grill these burgers to desired doneness, but if you like your ahi burgers rare, make sure that the tuna you've purchased is sushi grade.
- Packets of rice, pasta, couscous, lentils and bulgar wheat are all larder essentials, as are tins of tomatoes, tuna and anchovies.
- The tuna tartare and caviar tasted as fine as I remembered, and so did the uni risotto.
- The cable is clipped to a yellow harness buckled around the girth of the tuna.
- To manipulate the sharks' movement, the film-makers would throw chunks of bloody tuna into the water, which would get the sharks worked up.
- I was mesmerised by the interplay of the tuna and sharks, fusiliers and jacks.
- The riskiest fish are large and predatory such as tuna, marlin and swordfish.
- What do cheese, chicken, tuna and oysters have in common?
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