GSF003 - Creel Contents

GSF003 - Creel Contents - 'Creel to Meal' (Glasgow Science Festival)
Freshly caught from Loch Fyne, Scottish langoustines (also known as Norway lobster, Dublin Bay prawns or Nephrops norvegicus) are a delicacy. The smaller, dark red squat lobster (Munida rugosa) is also delicious, but (sadly) is rarely available for sale due to lack of consumer demand.

GSF004 - Processing the catch

Also in: "Creel to Meal" (Glasgow Science Festival)

GSF001 - Hauling the creels
GSF002 - Hauling the creels
GSF004 - Processing the catch
GSF005 - Debbie
GSF006 - Taking measurements
GSF007 - Langoustines in hands
GSF008 - Langoustines & Squat lobsters
GSF009 - BBQ Langoustine
GSF010 - Scampi supper
GSF011- Grilled Langoustines
GSF012 - Finishing touches
GSF013 - Plating
GSF014 - Langoustine dinner
GSF015 - End of the Meal

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