Salt fish


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Salted fish, especially cod, haddock, and similar fishes that have been salted and dried for food.
A marine fish.

See also: Salt, Salt

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She was sitting on the stone steps, a salt fish of some sort was in her hand; she was crying, wailing something about her luck and beating with the fish on the steps, and cabmen and drunken soldiers were crowding in the doorway taunting her.
This closed car smells of salt fish, the strong New England and commercial scent, reminding me of the Grand Banks and the fisheries.
Thus, when the Frenchman hesitated to come and take his meals, poor meals, composed of salt fish, biscuit, and Hollands gin, Monk called him, saying, -- "To table, monsieur, to table
Sir Jervis and I feasted on salt fish, mutton, and beer.
Sea kale;herring salty or in brine;sea salt fish or in brine (except herring);fish and cold-smoked sea fish fillets (except herring);caviar of other fish
I will never forget the lovely salt fish you use to cook for Me, and I have never tasted better chips or stew, and no-one Could cook ribs and cabbage just the way you used to do.
On the other hand, Sharlee Reimer insists on the critical project of interpretation championed by Larissa Lai's Salt Fish Girl (2002) in "Logical Gaps and Capitalist Seduction in Larissa Lai's Salt Fish Girl"; Sharon DeGraw places Hopkinson's Brown Girl in the Ring (1998) against Detroit's deterioration to highlight the green urban policy of the novel; while Robert T.
Another popular ingredient is salt fish, borne out of a need to preserve large amounts of fish from big catches before the heat and humidity ruined them.
It was the largest fishing fleet in the Western Hemisphere and one of the last great salt fish ports.
We ate things like salt fish, peas and rice and Grandad's chicken dumplings, an amazing dish with chicken, onions and thyme wrapped in pastry parcels and dropped into a stew.
MJ Gimbar, chief fishmonger at Black Salt Fish Market in Washington, said his company's program is inexpensive to implement and offers customers assurances about what they are buying: "It allows them to put a face with the fish.
HIGH SALT FOODS: Anchovies, bacon, cheese, gravy granules, ham, olives, pickles, prawns, salami, salted and dry roasted nuts, salt fish, smoked meat and fish, soy sauce, stock cubes, yeast extract In these foods, the salt content can vary widely between different brands or varieties.