Bream with fennel

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By Valentine Warner

Published 2014

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If you get the chance, buy a black bream, a more common cousin of the gilthead bream that is also found in our waters or farmed and imported from abroad. The meat is firm and most excellent, and I think superior to the gilthead. Fennel and fish - nothing new here, just one of those great marriages. The dressing brings a lively freshness, a little dance, to the dish. But if you don’t want to make the dressing, leave it out - the fish and fennel with a wedge of lemon are a fine thing on their