Definition of Coquilles Saint-Jacques
1. Noun. Scallops in white wine sauce served in scallop shells.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coquilles Saint-Jacques
Literary usage of Coquilles Saint-Jacques
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica & St. Lucia Alive! by Lynne M. Sullivan (2000)
"Islanders come for the stuffed pigeon and suckling pig, but other choices include coquilles Saint- Jacques, conch quiche and fish soup. ..."
2. Toronto by Jennifer McMorran, Alain Rondeau (2002)
"Shrimp, shark, salmon, scampi, coquilles Saint- Jacques and other bounties of the sea take pride of place on the menu of this establishment with a laid- ..."
3. Dominica & St. Lucia Aliveby Lynne M. Sullivan by Lynne M. Sullivan (2002)
"Lunch specials feature fresh fish and seafood salads, while dinner highlights include smoked salmon, coquilles Saint-Jacques, lobster and curried meats. ..."
4. The Impact of Regulations on Agro-Food Trade: The Technical Barriers to by Wayne Jones, Peter Walkenhorst (2003)
"Scallops are henceforth to be marketed in France under the name "Coquilles Saint Jacques" or "Noix de St. Jacques", followed by the scientific name of the ..."