[ US /ˈfɪnən/ ]
  1. haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter
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  • On Sunday morning, while the Salter household was enjoying a ritual brunch of finnan haddie, the Mountie appeared at the house. A BODY SURROUNDED BY WATER
  • The character of Seamus Finnan in Vellum has some fairly preachy dialogue of a socialist-pacifist bent, and I am, it has to be said, fairly bolshie myself. Critique From HereNow
  • While fellow students offered meticulous representations of cars, he drew finnan haddock cutlets. The Times Literary Supplement
  • But, then, virtually everything is to be found on the menu of Red Onion: it's an A-Z road map of the edible world, from nasi goreng to finnan haddie.
  • In England, steamed finnan haddie was the favorite breakfast fish, and egg dishes wee always welcomed, accompanied with mushrooms, small French peas or potatoes. An Edwardian Breakfast | Edwardian Promenade
  • He chips the ball over Given and it bounces clear of both a backtracking Finnan and the empty net.
  • On a platter in the shape of a fish, she brought out kippers, smoked finnan haddie in cream, pan-fried potatoes with onions, scrambled eggs with sun-dried tomatoes and chives, and a basket of fresh-baked blueberry muffins. The Shadow Box
  • Finnan haddie was often served poached in milk for breakfast, which I assume was the origin of this type of recipe. POWER OUTAGE, SMOKED TOFU, AND VEGAN "FINNAN HADDIE"
  • One fine and comforting dish that The Cellar has had on the menu for aeons is the omelette filled with creamy finnan haddock, which R ordered with the canny eye you'd expect from the former harbour master of Crail.
  • While fellow guests at table 10 relished warm finnan haddock and roast saddle of lamb, Simpson was growing hot under his tuxedo.
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