- n the lean flesh of a fish similar to cod
- n any of several marine food fishes related to cod
- The baby hake on the menu at El Rodat in Javea, Spain, is a marvel of equilibrium.
- For Elena, freshly caught whole merluza (hake) fish would be the main course, followed by grilled txipirones (summer squid) with poached onion marmalade.
- Sir: I strongly object to your statement, in "Raising Hake" March 18, that on the West Coast saumon blanc goes by the "unappetizing" name of hake.
News & Articles
- Sensational Shmoo still sought after
Cowles Syndicate Inc. This Shmoo has helped humankind as a "household deodorizer." It sold for $183 in a Hake's auction in York, Pa., in 2012. It is only 5 1/2 inches tall and has its original foil label.
July 11, 2013 - Everett Herald
- The Hake Kitchen & Bar brasserie brings new dining model to La Jolla
Ricardo Dondisch is hoping the brasserie concept at his new restaurant, The Hake, catches on with locals. Named for a type of fish, the idea behind the establishment is to offer a gathering spot for people to enjoy globally inspired fare (primarily seafood) in a neighborhood-type setting.
July 9, 2013 - La Jolla Light
- Mike Jackson in KSWO
I am very honored to represent Staff Sergeant Christopher Hake and his family in the Legislature,said Jackson, R-Enid. "Men and women like Christopher are the reason we have these rights and liberties that we take for granted every day. I...
- George Osborne in New Statesman
Dover sole is excellent value from Â£4.50 a pound,added George Osborne. "Cheap white fish is plentiful and ideal for use in pies or stews. Hake is still recommended at Â£2 a pound."
- Peggy Cass in Christian Science Monitor
On that evening in New York City, when we taped the show and talked about hake, Peggy said, "I've not seen a corned-hake fishball in a long time. Do they still have them?"