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seafood in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseafoodsea‧food /ˈsiːfuːd/ ●●○ noun [uncountable]  DFanimals from the sea that you can eat, for example fish and shellfish a seafood restaurant
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seafoodLindsey Inn, offers an assortment of hearty fare and seafood dishes in a comfortable atmosphere.Rotating writers offering their personal views include Jay Harlow on fish and seafood.Savoury Treat - combine diced avocado pear, prawns and seafood sauce. 4.The accent is again on fish, including seafood platters of king prawns, crab and whitebait.Most human infections are associated with exposure to aquatic environments or to recent consumption of seafood.In fact one of the simplest and best ways to extend any kind of seafood salad or cocktail is with fresh pineapple.Entrees range from the classic combination plates to chicken, beef or seafood nightly specials.Oh, what a wine to serve with seafood!