Homard

(ho-mar). Lobster.

Homard

(à l’Amoricaine, à l’Américaine) lobster; (a classic dish of many variations, in which lobster is cut into sections and browned, then simmered with shallots, minced onions, tomatoes, Cognac, and white wine; served with a sauce of the reduced cooking liquid, enriched with butter).
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Homard

Crayfish
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Homard

Crayfish
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Homard

Lobster
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Homard

Lobster
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homard

lobster
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Homard

Lobster
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Homard

lobster
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Homard

lobster.
Found on http://chocolateandzucchini.com/french-english-food-glossary/
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