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People have been warned not to eat fresh scallops for the time being after 17 cases of paralytic shellfish poisoning in the past three days.
The Centre for Health protection said the affected people, in nine groups, comprised six men and 11 women aged 17 to 69.
They fell ill between Saturday and yesterday after cooking and eating the scallops at home.18 May 2010 - 12:00am
It's the month when everyone talks about Copenhagen and worries about climate change. So the Hong Kong and China Gas Co sees an opportunity and has a lead on everyone else. Its restaurants are introducing a 'low carbon' menu for the festive season. So forget about Maine lobsters, Japanese yesso scallops or California strawberries.12 Dec 2009 - 12:00am
Why would you use Japanese scallops to make quenelles? Because they're large and supremely tasty. If you need another reason, larger scallops have longer fibres and, in a quenelle mixture, that gives extra textural support that would otherwise be handed over to the cream and egg.9 Jul 2009 - 12:00am
Scallops are prized for their sweet, subtle taste and silken texture - which can be ruined if the shellfish are overcooked. The freshest (and most reasonably priced) scallops are purchased live from a wet market; have the vendor clean them and cut the muscle attaching them to the shell.3 May 2009 - 12:00am
WWF introduced ocean-friendly lunchboxes to about 700 college students yesterday, and aims to bring the new practice to at least five, possibly 10, more schools next year.8 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
The Centre for Food Safety yesterday issued another warning against eating scallops after seven more samples of the bivalves from around the city were found to contain paralytic shellfish toxin. The samples contained toxin levels ranging from 1,120 to 2,560 micrograms per 100 grams.4 May 2007 - 12:00am
The contaminated scallop sample revealed by health officials on Friday is believed to have been imported from the mainland, seafood traders said.
The Centre for Food Safety issued a warning not to eat scallops after a sample was found to contain a toxin that can cause paralysis or death.29 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
The attractive 'packaging' of scallops isn't just false advertising, because inside the pretty shell is sweet, succulent meat.11 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
It's amazing how the hard-working muscle of a scallop can be so succulent and tender. But the delicate, protein texture can easily turn into cardboard if over-heated. Scallops also have a tendency to shrink, which squeezes out their delicious juices.23 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
Seafood stalls and restaurants stopped selling scallops yesterday as wholesalers suspended supplies following the food poisoning cases.
The number of markets identified to have sold contaminated shellfish rose from five to 10 yesterday.17 Mar 2005 - 12:00am
Dried scallops are one of the few luxury Chinese dried food products we can enjoy without guilt about such issues as cruelty, as with shark's fin, declining populations from overfishing (abalone) or wondering if we are funding shady characters who pay a pittance to the workers risking their lives by scaling vertiginous cave walls (swallows' nests).25 Jul 2004 - 12:00am
As a child, I thought the scallop was a small, off-white round muscle, because that is the only part of the shellfish most restaurants in the United States serve. While at university, I started to read food magazines. In one article in Food Art, I found out most fishermen discarded the best part of the scallop: the orangey roe.1 Dec 2002 - 12:00am
Dried seafood company Wah Fung Medicine (Group) was fined the maximum $10,000 for selling a batch of underweight preserved scallops to undercover Customs officers.
The fine was imposed at Western Court after it sold a catty of scallops for $320 that was 17 per cent less than the weight claimed on May 13.17 Nov 1999 - 12:00am
THREE men ran off with abalone and scallops worth $70,000 and about $30,000 in cash from a dried seafood shop at Fuk Lo Chuen Road, Kowloon City, after tying up and blindfolding a 71-year-old watchman.14 Oct 1995 - 12:00am