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Irish Deep Scallop also known as Irish pecten, the great scallop, and Pecten Maximus is a marine bivalve mollusk found in the northeast Atlantic region there they are often harvested as a source of food. the shape of Pectens is well known across the world as the shape of seashells due to cultural influences such as Saint James, Aphrodite, Venus, and even the Royal Dutch shell company is commonly known as Shell, the shape of Pectens can be recognized in the world over.
while they are used for nautical décor often, they are also known as part of the baking scallops after being intensely cleaned are used to cook on top of much like a baking pan. this method can create a unique experience for culinary dining.