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The menu includes haddock, potato, onion butter, vegetable, limpa bread, appetizers and dessert.
On Wednesday a group of fishermen and politicians boarded a trawler on the Thames near Parliament, and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage dumped haddock into the river.
The crispy haddock sandwich could bring Boston and Cincinnati together in agreement.
Opt for cod or haddock, which account for nearly 90 percent of the fish sold with chips in Britain.
The fish and chips use high-quality haddock that is freshly fried with a perfectly crisp breaded crust in long narrow logs that feature a perfect shell-to-fish ratio.
For dinner, head to Munster Room, the hotel’s restaurant that serves upscale takes on Irish classics, like smoked haddock topped with caviar and duck breast with Jerusalem artichokes and red cabbage gel, best finished off with fresh Irish cheese.
Warming temperatures and loss of oxygen in the sea will shrink hundreds of fish species—from tunas and groupers to salmon, thresher sharks, haddock and cod—even more than previously thought, a new study concludes.
Some of the biggest impacts of the warming trend already are being felt through changes to the marine life in the Gulf of Maine, where fishermen seek valuable species, such as lobsters and haddock.
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Origin and Etymology of haddock
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of haddock for English Language Learners
: a fish that lives in the Atlantic Ocean and that is often eaten as food
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