Definition of Shad roe

1. Noun. Roe of shad; may be parboiled or baked or sauteed gently.

Group relationships: Alosa Sapidissima, Common American Shad
Generic synonyms: Hard Roe, Roe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shad Roe

shackly
shacko
shackoes
shackos
shacks
shacks up
shacktown
shacktowns
shacky
shad
shad-flower
shad-spirit
shad-spirits
shad-waiter
shad-waiters
shad roe (current term)
shadberries
shadberry
shadbird
shadbirds
shadblow
shadblows
shadbush
shadbushes
shadchan
shadchanim
shadchans
shadchen
shadchens
shadd

Literary usage of Shad roe

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"Fried shad roe. Parboil and cook shad roe as for Baked shad roe. Gnt in pieces, sprinkle with salt and pepper, ..."

2. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1907)
"shad roe.—The eggs of shad, as has already been mentioned, are regarded as the most valuable ... shad roe is eaten almost entirely in the fresh state. ..."

3. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1907)
"shad roe.—The eggs of shad, as has already been mentioned, are regarded as the most valuable ... shad roe is eaten almost entirely in the fresh state. ..."

4. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1907)
"shad roe.—The eggs of shad, as has already been mentioned, are regarded as the most valuable ... shad roe is eaten almost entirely in the fresh state. ..."

5. Foods and Their Adulteration: Origin, Manufacture, and Composition of Food by Harvey Washington Wiley (1911)
"Composition oj shad roe.— Water, .71.2 percent Protein 23.4 " Ash 1.6 " Fat 38 " Aside from the ... shad roe is eaten almost entirely in the fresh state. ..."

6. The Century Cook Book by Mary Ronald (1895)
"BROILED shad roe Wash and dry the roe with care not to break the skin, ... shad roe may also be cooked in a saute-pan, using one half butter and one half ..."

7. The Hostess of To-day by Linda Hull Larned (1899)
"shad roe, Baked. 45 cts. A: Roe from large shad, plunge into boiling water an ... shad roe, Broiled. 25 cts. A : Roe from a large shad, boil in salted ..."

8. Two Hundred Recipes for Making Salads: With Thirty Recipes for Dressings and by Olive M. Hulse (1910)
"... the shad roe in boiling salt water. Take it out without breaking, sprinkle it with a mixture of vinegar and Worcestershire sauce, and put aside to cool. ..."

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