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lobster Newburg

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Pronunciation: /ˈnjuːbəːɡ
 
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Definition of lobster Newburg in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A dish of lobster cooked in a thick cream sauce containing sherry or brandy.
Example sentences
  • Surimi shows up as Pacific white fish - really pollock, crabmeat unlabeled, crab-flavored fish cakes, crab sticks, and seafood salad; it even finds its way into frankfurters and lobster Newburg.

Origin

probably named after Newburgh, New York.

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