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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.
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.
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.
I suspect this is a Russian-Jewish variant on finan haddie, minus the cream.
Finnan haddie was often served poached in milk for breakfast, which I assume was the origin of this type of recipe.
The rillettes are made with salt cod, finnan haddie and boiled potatoes, which are all whipped together and then spread on croutons.
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.
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.
Megan's pout did not affect her appetite, she went nuts over the finnan haddie, but it didn't stop her from making cracks.
She was toying with warm baking-powder biscuits, creamed finnan haddie, and a London prostitute who went by the stage name Betsy Port-Smithe.