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codfish

a cod, esp Gadus morhua
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Grayson recalls: "Do you have any idea how strong codfish oil smells?
Run by award-winning chef Antonio Coelho, you can feast on traditional favourites such as sauted clams with garlic and coriander, and roasted codfish with potatoes and hot olive oil and garlic.
Method: Soak codfish overnight (it will not be necessary to cook it and it will not be trashy, as in the case sometimes, when it is boiled).
It includes chestnut soup, fresh sardines, or a lentil and sausage stew, baked codfish (baccala) and two pasta dishes.
Fitchburg State 4, UMass-Boston 1: Junior Bobby Leiser had a spectacular season high of 58 saves to lead the Falcons (7-3) to the Codfish Bowl championship at UMass-Boston.
Expect some swinging versions of ``The Inchworm,'' ``At the Codfish Ball'' and one of his personal favorites ``Everybody Eats When They Come to My House.
Fitchburg State 8, Wentworth 6: Erik Trahan, Trevor Lawler, Andrew Jones and Thomas McAleer scored third-period goals as the Falcons (6-3) came from behind to advance to the final of the Codfish Bowl at UMass-Boston.
Collaborating with small artisanal purveyors around the globe, Gras is able to serve unique selections of top-quality ingredients such as hirame from the Hokkaido and Kinki prefectures in Japan, Spanish octopus from the Galicia region of Spain and codfish from Maine.
This mix of old but familiar songs includes such standards as ``At the Codfish Ball'' and ``Swinging on a Star.
Instead, she substitutes codfish in a sauce featuring finely chopped carrots, fried onions and tomato paste.
Originally derived from hake, salmon and codfish, the Omega-3 in Italica's new product is infused into the olive oil during the bottling process.
It is tradition for each family to have signature dishes in the Seven Fish menu, but baccala, a dried codfish, is typically served at every Italian table.