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  • n. haddock

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The haddock.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A haddock. See finnan-haddock.


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  • In England, steamed finnan haddie was the favorite breakfast fish, and egg dishes wee always welcomed, accompanied with mushrooms, small French peas or potatoes.

    An Edwardian Breakfast | Edwardian Promenade

  • It began with fruit, and may be followed by ham or bacon and eggs with johnny-cake and potatoes, or a simple breakfast may be started with cereal, served with cream, and followed by broiled finnan haddie and baked potatoes.

    An Edwardian Breakfast | Edwardian Promenade

  • Indeed, I'd hazard to say that this was the best Burns anniversary event on the globe on 25th January, 2009 - and not a homecoming haddie in sight.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I suspect this is a Russian-Jewish variant on finan haddie, minus the cream.

    Ed’s Salami and Eggs - Bitten Blog -

  • Finnan haddie was often served poached in milk for breakfast, which I assume was the origin of this type of recipe.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • The rillettes are made with salt cod, finnan haddie and boiled potatoes, which are all whipped together and then spread on croutons.

    Dining out with Moira Hodgson

  • He started off playing nothing, and the sparse drums-bass-and-vocal effect might have seemed stylised if Ross wasn't standing next to him like a haddie, strumming silently away.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • On a platter in the shape of a fish, she brought out kippers, smoked finnan haddie in cream, pan-fried potatoes with onions, scrambled eggs with sun-dried tomatoes and chives, and a basket of fresh-baked blueberry muffins.

    The Shadow Box

  • Megan's pout did not affect her appetite, she went nuts over the finnan haddie, but it didn't stop her from making cracks.

    The Shadow Box

  • She was toying with warm baking-powder biscuits, creamed finnan haddie, and a London prostitute who went by the stage name Betsy Port-Smithe.

    The Season of the Machete


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