Re: "Sea beans"
On Oct 10, 8:36*am, Sqwertz
> English menu as in UK? *Or just an English version of a menu? I don't
> know. *But I see them in American/Asian supermarkets as sea bean, if
> in English at all. *But Samphire certainly has the potential to sound
> much more classy and expensive.
> Kinds of like labeling something Hog Jowl or Guanciale. *Which do you
> think commands the higher price?
Mt favorite name change is in England, calling dogfish, Rock Salmon!