1. edible greenish substance in boiled lobster
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How To Use tomalley In A Sentence

  • He mellow torpedo in setophaga shetland uncrannied unbecomingly our drippiness tomalley and mundanity filmmaker. Rational Review
  • I think I would like tomalley more if it weren't that color. Tuna Toast
  • Cut the lobster in half and remove the tomalley, or liver (that soft, blackish-green stuff in the stomach).
  • Don't eat the green tomalley, or liver, in lobsters or the "mustard" in blue crabs; they may contain high levels of harmful chemicals known as PCBs or other toxins. Health Guide: the Benefits and Risks of Shellfish
  • Same with crawfish tomalley except orange instead of green. Tuna Toast
  • A substance known as tomalley access the lobster's liver and pancreas. CNN Transcript Jul 29, 2008
  • I drew the line at eating the gungy green substance known as tomalley, which is in fact, lobster liver, considered by many to be a great delicacy.
  • And you should avoid eating tomalley, the greenish substance in a crustacean's gut that serves as a liver and pancreas, even though some people consider it a delicacy. Q&A: Is it safe to eat fish skins and guts?
  • Return the pan to the heat with the cream sauce still in it, and add the soft contents of the lobster head, including the tomalley if available which will turn the sauce pink.
  • The tomalley is the creamy, pea-colored liver and pancreas of the lobster often used to thicken soups and sauces.
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