Scrod

• (n.) Alt. of Scrode
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scrod

schrod noun young Atlantic cod or haddock especially one split and boned for cooking
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Scrod

Also spelled schrod. Small Atlantic cod, haddock or pollock whole, 2.5 pound or less. Available whole dressed or as fillets.
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scrod

Scrod is not a type of fish. The term originated in the Boston area to describe the catch of the day. It is also used as a general label for small members of the cod family, including pollack, haddock, hake, and whiting. In most New England restaurants, scrod is loosely defined as "catch of the day," which allows the restaurants to off...
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Scrod

Scrod is the name for young cod (and haddock) that weight less that 2.5 pounds. It is a popular fish from the Pacific and the North Atlantic with a lean, firm, white flesh. 'Haddock,' 'hake,' and 'pollock' are close relatives of the cod.
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scrod

scrod: see cod.
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scrod

[n] - young Atlantic cod or haddock especially one split and boned for cooking
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