Haddock, one of the local fishes that made New England America's Seafood Capital, is tender, flaky, and sweet. With an ample abundance right off the coast, many have fed their families haddock for generations as it's quick to prepare and a great low-fat source of protein.
Whether topping your haddock with breadcrumbs on a cool Cape Cod evening or warming up with a lightly fried piece during the winter, haddock is a staple of New England's culinary culture.
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