haddock : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n lean white flesh of fish similar to but smaller than cod; usually baked or poached or as fillets sauteed or fried
- n important food fish on both sides of the Atlantic; related to cod but usually smaller
- In the North Atlantic, one of the most depleted oceans, populations of popular fish (cod, flounder, haddock, hake and tuna) are just one-sixth of what they were a century ago.
- As auctioneers went through their babble ("Haddock on the Maine .
- Populations of cod and haddock in the Northeast Atlantic, once home to some of the richest fishing waters in the world, all but totally collapsed due to overfishing in the 1980s .
News & Articles
- Fish roasted on a bed of tomatoes and potatoes
Serves 4 One-pot meals are low maintenance, easy to clean up, and offer lots of great flavors in one vessel. You can make something stewy on top of the stove, or layer everything in a handsome baking dish and use the oven. Here, haddock or cod is roasted with tomatoes, onions, and potatoes tossed with olive oil, oregano, and herbs. ...
June 11, 2013 - Boston Globe
- Richard Lochhead in Press and Journal
The importance of fishing to Scotland's social life stretches from the boat to the plate,Mr Lochhead said. "Some of the best fish in the world comes from Scottish waters and it is no surprise that haddock is the favourite fish choice in...
- Ben Bradshaw in BBC News
Mr Bradshaw told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "In terms of income, they [fishermen] will probably be more than compensated by the increases in prawns, haddock and monkfish, all of which are nowadays more important to UK fishermen than cod. I think...
- Peter Jackson in MTV.com
The first one's based on 'The Secret Of The Unicorn' largely, with a little of 'The Crab With The Golden Claws' put in,explained Jackson. "We wanted to have the meeting of Captain Haddock and Tintin. ...... We're kind of taking bits from a...