St. Jacob's Mussels; Your Mother's A--
laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Wed Jun 4 14:14:46 UTC 2003
At 6:02 AM -0400 6/4/03, Bapopik at AOL.COM wrote:
> Greetings from Rovinj, Croatia. The Croatian coast is a huge
>resort area for Germans and Italians. There are hot Italian couples
>all over, and I'm touring with an 82-year-old named Rhoda.
>YOUR MOTHER'S ASS--Graffiti on the wall here. It's a curse in
>Italian that doesn't translate, I was told.
>ST. JACOB'S MUSSELS/SCALLOPS--A very popular dish here, served
>everywhere. Not in OED?
Fromn this web hit, I'd guess it describes their species or
provenance rather than their preparation.
slice of raw fish wrapped around Japanese rice Nishiki
(prawn, salmon, tuna, halibut, squid, salmon roe, *St. Jacob's scallops*)
4 types according to individual selection
plate of pieces of raw fish served according to a traditional Japanese recipe
(salmon, tuna, halibut, squid, octopus, salmon roe, *St. Jacob's scallops*)
possible to adapt according to individual selection
Or, from a review of a Warsaw restaurant:
Let's begin with appetizers like tuna tartar with fresh tomatoes
(zl.25), *St. Jacob's mussels* (zl.25), or a venison and red cabbage
>MUSALE/NOAH'S ARK--Another dish. Noah's ingredients are not explained.
Two of everything, I'd guess. For when you're really hungry.
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