POACHED MONKFISH, SEA LETTUCE
, DULSE, PICKLED NORI For the pickled nori: 1 cup seaweed vinegar 1 cup sugar 1 tablespoon salt 2 ounces nori, cleaned and thinly sliced For the fish stock: Bones from 4 monkfish tails 1 onion, peeled and halved 1/2 cup northern bayberry leaves, loosely packed For the dashi: 2 cups duck stock 1/2 ounce dried sugar kelp 1/2 ounce dried hen-of-the woods mushrooms 2 dried black garlic cloves 1 teaspoon fennel seeds, toasted For the dish: 8 1 1/2 ounce pieces monkfish, cleaned and trimmed 1 ounce dulse, cleaned Grape seed oil, as needed White pepper to taste 2 ounces sea lettuce
, cleaned and torn into medium pieces Fennel seeds Sea rocket leaves and flowers FOR THE PICKLED NORI: In a saucepan, combine seaweed vinegar, sugar, and salt and bring to a boil.
'The area should be conserved as it has some unique trees such as Balau Putih, Kelat Jambu Laut or Sea Apple and Ambung Ambung also known as Sea Lettuce
Tree, which attract the turtles and we don't have many beach forests left in the country.
One day we can be out rowing for sea lettuce
or climbing trees for Scots pine needles, another day we'll be running the still or hand labelling bottles.
From razor clams to sea lettuce
and rock samphire, each dish on the eight-course menu will revolve around and focus on a particular ingredient from the chef's recent trip across the border.
The last of the main dishes was Greshingham duck with corn, sweet potato, shitake mushroom, Tosazu sea lettuce
and peanuts, served with a glass of Spanish Syrah, Hacienda Casa Del Valle, 2012.
With each new wave, the habitats of dulse sea lettuce
flakes are invaded by tiny toy soldiers, escaped from landfill or flushed ignorantly down toilets.
But you might never know that Swansea Bay is teeming with a rich variety of coastal wildlife - including an array of sea birds, Pacific oysters and even sea lettuce
There are many Tutka Bay takes on traditional crowd pleasers, like Halibut Sliders, but also many unusual recipes that reflect the local ingredients and sense of place, like Sea Lettuce
Relish, Bull Whip Kelp Sweet and Spicy Pickles, Homemade Sea Salt, and Salmon with Miso Butter Pasta.
Brant feed on sea lettuce
and other plants that grow in the tidal mud of the Jersey Shore's bays.
Video footage from the resort city of Qingdao showed bathers frolicking in the algae, swimming amongst it and carrying out handfuls of the material, which is known as "sea lettuce
" in China, according to The New York Times.
In the mix of sea lettuce
and other red and brown seaweeds, sea perch, skate, wolf fish, sea robins, hake, scup, rock crabs and goosefish find their way into our traps.