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Describing a security or derivative that is traded on an exchange. It contrasts with the term "over-the-counter."
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To admit a security for trading on an organized exchange. In order to be listed, the security and the issuer must meet certain minimal standards established by the exchange. These standards may relate to assets, earnings, market value, and stock voting rights. Compare delist. See also Form S-1.
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Some fish are thawed and filleted when they reach a land-based factory and then refrozen for delivery, so avoid, if possible, packages that say "previously frozen." Frozen fish can last three months or more in the freezer, while fresh fish should be cooked within 48 hours after leaving the store.
Yvonne Adam, Marketing Director of Young's Seafood, said: "Fusing the great taste of Gastro with the significant health benefits of Omega 3, our Tempura Battered Fish Fillets offer shoppers the best way to create their own restaurant quality experience at home".
We gave the technique a shot with fatty salmon fillets, however, and we were more than pleasantly surprised.
Scrape away the garlic, herbs and lemon slices and remove any bones from the bottom fillet. Cut that fillet in half lengthwise, if you like, then transfer the pieces, skin-sides down, to the serving platter.
The cooked fillets were evaluated for moisture content and total extractable protein.
It's tempting to harvest a 10-inch bluegill with thoughts of its fillets browning in butter, but it only takes a few extra 7-inchers and a few extra minutes with the fillet knife to make up for the fillet weight of that 10-incher--a bit of extra effort as a matter of conscience and conservation.
Existing studies have also examined the possible relation of those proteolytic enzymes to soft texture fish fillets on some well-known commercial species such as Atlantic salmon, Atlantic cod, rainbow trout, herring, carp, gilthead seabream, and lizard fish [1, 4-8].
Three Ishida IX-G2 Dual Energy X-ray inspection systems are providing effective quality control for chicken breast fillets and deboned thigh meat produced at the Haerland factory of Norway-based Nortura, an agricultural co-operative and the largest supplier of meat and eggs in Norway.
Serve the tandoori salmon fillets with the potatoes and raita.
The fillets are moved along with a segmented conveyor (with operators placing one fillet in each compartment) to the top of the weigher, where they are transferred to a rotating funnel that deposits the fillets, one at a time, into the screwfeeder troughs.
Next time I eat a frozen fish fillet in New York or blackened catfish in Louisiana I'll think of his smiling face, his low pay, flashing knives in female hands, fish wars versus shooting wars, the peace of the watery Delta, and those graves in the glistening rice paddies.