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Scallops can make your dinner feel totally luxurious and indulgent, with the added bonus that they cook in minutes with very little effort. There’s a wide variety of scallop species, but what you really need to know is that this tasty bivalve is classified into two broad groups: bay scallops and sea scallops. At first sight you’ll notice that size really sets these two varieties of ...

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Bay scallops are very firm with a delicate, sweet flavour. Bay scallop meat is about 1/2 diameter (about 70-90/lb). Always look for scallops with a cream colour and firm meat.

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Scallop (/ ˈ s k ɒ l ə p, ˈ s k æ l ə p /) is a common name that is primarily applied to any one of numerous species of saltwater clams or marine bivalve mollusks in the taxonomic family Pectinidae, the scallops.However, the common name "scallop" is also sometimes applied to species in other closely related families within the superfamily Pectinoidea, which also includes the thorny oyste...

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puff pastry sheet, sherry wine, garlic, paprika, hard cheese and 11 more. Seared Sea Scallops with watercress soup Eat with Marco. watercress, salt, extravirgin olive oil, cream, scallops, pepper and 1 more. Chocolate Buttercream Frosting Without Confectioners Sugar Recipes. Creamy Shrimp and Scallop Shells AllRecipes.

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Scallop shells are an emblem of St. James, who was a fisherman in Galilea before becoming an apostle. James is said to be buried at Santiago de Compostela in Spain, which became a shrine and pilgrimage site. Scallop shells mark the road to Santiago, and pilgrims often wear or carry scallop shells.

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The bay scallop is a member of phylum Mollusca in the class Bivalvia. Bivalves have two valves, or shells, joined by a hinge. The bay scallop's upper shell is a dark, mottled color and its lower shell is typically white. Occasionally, both shells are bright yellow or orange, but these individuals are rare.

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The U.S. state of New York has had the Atlantic bay scallop as its state shell since 1988. In design, scalloped edges or ridges means a wavy pattern which reminds people of the edge of a scallop's shell. Shell petroleum company has had a logo with a scallop shell on it since 1904. References

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Bay Scallop Facts. Adult bay scallops can grow to 3 ½ inches (90 mm) and live in shallow coastal bays and estuaries. Bay scallop shells have 13 - 22 ribs stemming from the central point (umbo) of the shell. The color of the top shell (left valve) ranges from drab, dark grey to black or brown, with occasional yellow, orange, or red highlights.

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Bay Scallop (Argopecten irradians)Color: Exterior shell color ranges from drab gray to yellow or reddish brown. Interior is white, often purplish near the hinge. Size: 3 inches in diameter. Habitat: Subtidal zone, eelgrass beds, sandy and muddy bottoms, and offshore in shallow to moderately deep water, such as bays and harbors. Seasonal appearance: All year.