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noun - flesh of young Atlantic cod weighing up to 2 pounds
noun - young Atlantic cod or haddock especially one split and boned for cooking
A young cod or haddock, especially one split and boned for cooking as the catch of the day.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Catch of the day, maybe|
|New England 'catch of the day'|
|Fish prepared in strips|
|It may be the catch of the day|
|Boston fish dish|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|The catch of the day & main course is this young haddock or cod that weighs under 2 1/2 pounds|
|Perhaps from obsolete Dutch for "shred", it's a young cod or haddock|
|Rhyming with cod, it's a young fish like cod or haddock that's been split & readied for cooking|
|From the Dutch for "slice", it's a young haddock split & boned for cooking as catch of the day|
Scrod or schrod () is a small cod or haddock, and sometimes other whitefish, used as food. It is usually served as a fillet, though formerly it was often split instead.|
* In the wholesale fish business, scrod is the smallest weight category of the major white fish. From smallest to largest, the categories are: scrod, market, large, and whale. In the U.S., scrod haddock or cusk weighs 1.5-3 lbs.; scrod cod 1.5-2.5 lbs.; and scrod pollock 1.5-4 lbs. The exact weight categories are somewhat different in Canada.Scrod is common in many coastal New England and Atlantic Canadian fish markets and restaurants, although using the name 'scrod' without the species is in principle mislabeling.Historically, scrod was simply a small cod or haddock, "too small to swallow a bait" or "too small to be filleted", which was usually prepared by being split and lightly salted ("corned"), and sometimes quickly air-dried. They were generally broiled and served with butter. Starting in the mid-20th century, it ca