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*  Huatabampo
The production of fish oil and fish flour is also important. The city attracts a considerable number of tourists, primarily ... Since Huatabampo has 120 km of coastline, fishing plays a major role in the economy. There are over 3,000 registered fishermen ...
*  Ponce, Puerto Rico
It also produces leather products, needlework, and fish flour to a lesser extent. Ponce is home to the Serralles rum distillery ...
*  Meunière sauce
One is by sautéing-first dredging the fish in seasoned flour (white flour or corn flour) and then cooking in a hot sauté pan ... The floured fish is completely submerged in the hot oil. The frying techniques result in a crisper texture, but the sauce will ... The alternative method is to pan-fry or deep fry the floured fish. In pan frying, oil or a combination of oil and butter is ... The sautéed fish will have a softer skin by comparison, but allows for the possibility of creating the sauce à la minute after ...
*  Piracuí
... fish flour) and is traditionally made from crushed or shredded dried salted fish. The most common fishes are acari and tamuatá ... but piracuí can be made from other species of fish, such as bodó. It is eaten mixed with olive oil, onion and cassava flour. It ...
*  Russenorsk
Norwegians mainly traded fish for flour and wheat from Russians. The trading went on throughout the sunny months of the year ... mostly composed of words essential to Arctic fishing and trade (fish, weather, etc.) and did not particularly deal with ... and was beneficial to both sides; Norwegians had access to cheap fish in the summer, whilst Russians had surplus wheat. Traders ...
*  India-Peru relations
The main commodities exported from Peru to India are copper, gold, phosphates of calcium, zinc and lead minerals, fish flour, ...
*  Shortages in Venezuela
"No flour? No fish? Venezuela's chefs get creative amid shortages". Retrieved 25 August 2014. Pons, Corina (6 January 2014). " ... corn flour, wheat flour, oil, rice, coffee, toilet paper, diapers, laundry detergent, bar soap, bleach, dish, shampoo and soap ... formula Barley Beef Beer Bread Butter C Cheese Chicken Coca-Cola Chocolate Coffee Condensed milk Corn oil E Eggs F Fish Flour ... "Venezuelans turn to fish smuggling to survive economic crisis". Reuters. 7 January 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2015. Clavel, ...
*  Early history of food regulation in the United States
They set standards of weight, and "provided for inspections of exports like salt meats, fish and flour". In 1848, the first ...
*  Casalesi clan
... the more profitable drug and organized a trafficking operation smuggling it from Latin America to Aversa via a fish flour ...
*  Antonio Bardellino
... the more profitable drug and organized a trafficking operation smuggling it from Latin America to Aversa via a fish flour ... He owned an import/export firm of fish meal together with other clans, which in fact covered up a cocaine smuggling operation ...
*  List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 297
v. Tax Comm'n of Wash., 297 U.S. 403 (1936) Leahy v. State Treasurer of Okla., 297 U.S. 420 (1936) Bayside Fish Flour Co. v. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (J02)
... fish products MeSH J02.500.600.875.400.400 --- fish flour MeSH J02.500.600.875.700 --- shellfish MeSH J02.500.662 --- molasses ... flour MeSH J02.500.512 --- food additives MeSH J02.500.512.350 --- fat substitutes MeSH J02.500.512.400 --- flavoring agents ...
*  Bakwan
The dough filling is a mixture of ground meat or fish with flour, wrapped in wonton skin and fried. This kind of bakwan is ...
*  HMS Pomona (1778)
She was sailing from Philadelphia to Port au Prince, with a cargo of flour and fish. More importantly, they also captured the ...
*  Urariá Sustainable Development Reserve
They gain income from sale of cassava flour, fish, Brazil nuts and guaraná fruit, and raise cattle on a small scale. The Urariá ... The main purpose was to manage the intense exploitation of fish stocks in the lake area, while relieving the poverty of the ... Most of the residents are engaged in farming, fishing or extraction of forest resources. ...
*  Lekor
It is also called fish sausage, fish stick, or fish fritters. It is made from fish and sago flour and seasoned with salt and ... It is slightly greyish in colour and tastes fishy. The fishy smell increases when it cools down. The origin of the word "Lekor ... There is also a variant called "Keropok cheese" which is a mix of fish and selected cheese. Lekor with sauce. "Keropok Lekor". ... Lekor or Keropok lekor is a traditional Malay fish cracker snack originated from the state of Terengganu, Malaysia. ...
*  David Laird
... flour, fish and pemmican be distributed at various points in the North-West. After his term as Lieutenant Governor expired in ... Indians who take treaty will be just as free to hunt and fish all over as they now are. In return for this the Government ... Indians have been told that if they make a treaty they will not be allowed to hunt and fish as they do now. This is not true. ... the Indians and Halfbreeds are better left to their hunting and fishing as a means of making a livelihood. The conditions there ...
*  Trinidad and Tobago cuisine
Some other breakfast foods are Accra (fried salt fish and flour), Stew Chicken liver or gizzard, and the popular bake and shark ... such as flying fish, king fish, carite, prawns, sapatay, red fish, shrimp, bonito, lobster, conch and crab, tilapia and ... Another local dish is the rare delicacy cascadu (cascadura), which is a small, freshwater fish. The fish is curried and served ... "Fish broth" a soup made in the style of Bouillabaisse is quite popular as a main dish or as a side. Tobago is particularly ...
*  Pempek
The main ingredients such as fish and flour are scarce and/or difficult to find in other regions, causing the difference in ... Pempek kulit: (Indonesian: skin pempek), fish-skin pempek, the dough is mixed with minced fish skin, as the result it has ... salt and sago flour. People sometimes add a little bit of cooking oil and/or wheat flour to improve texture and not to make the ... The additional fish krupuk crackers might be offered. This fishcake dough can be made into various shapes and forms with ...
*  Kit Carson
With the money received for the pelts, necessities of an independent life including fish hooks, flour and tobacco were procured ...
*  Tarbagatay District
Ethnic groups (2009): Kazakh 98.7% Russian 1.1% Tatar 0.1% German 0.1% Others : 0.1% Agrocultural (meat, fish, flour, bread) ...
*  Demographics of Brazil
The Azoreans lived on fishing and agriculture, especially flour. They composed over half of Rio Grande do Sul and Santa ...
*  European smelt
The fish are rolled in wheat flour and gently fried. The smelt is also smoked or rolled up and pickled like herring. Smelts ... The fish is usually fried. In North Germany it is traditionally rolled in rye flour and then fried in butter with bacon. ... Larger fish may reach 30 cm in length. Smelts have a slightly translucent body. The back and sides are grey-green to pink in ... The smelt is a sea fish that lives in the coastal waters of Europe from the Baltic Sea to the Bay of Biscay. A freshwater form ...
*  History of the Jews in Latvia
... especially fish), and flour milling. About one half of the Jews of Latvia engaged in commerce, the overwhelming majority of ...
*  Durio graveolens
The red-fleshed type is used with freshwater fish to make a type of sayur. The seeds can also be ground into flour (tepung biji ... Seed Flour in Fish Crackers] (in Malay). Kota Kinabalu: Universiti Malaysia Sabah. OCLC 973237888. Ng, Murphy (19 December 2012 ... durian dalit), which then can be used to make things like fish crackers. The tree is also harvested for lumber in Sarawak. The ...
*  Jacques-Cartier River
... and new industries appeared such as flour mills. In 1895 the Laurentian Wildlife Reserve was created to provide fishing, ... From 1918 on, the construction of fishing camps made fishing more and more popular. The end of the First World War and the ... Finally, there are 16 species of fish, of which brook trout in particular can be found frequently. In addition, a ... They and the Montagnais used its shores for fishing and trapping. It is estimated that this region has been used by First ...