Today’s Foodie Word was selected by one of my furried friend readers, Texas. Texas is a Parisian cat who immigrated to New York because…well, his
staff owners did! Go check out this four-legged handsome boy.
On to today’s word…
Texas chose Page 4 and the 4th word down.
In this dictionary, some of the words given are just in another language to English, as is today’s word,
Spain ~ Abalone.
A bivalve mollusc, Haliotis tuberculata, and other species of the genus Haliotis, found in warm sea water worldwide. it is larger than the oyster (up to 13cm/5in). The edible part is the foot; the frilly mantrel is discarded. Abalone may be eaten raw if very young, but normally must be tenderized before being braised or sauteed lightly (less than 1 minute).
Maybe Texas the cat would like a sampling of this!
So who’s going to give me next Friday’s word?….