Newfoundland's major codfish
exporters usually numbered fewer than 20 in any given year.
For instance, there were specific commercializing channels for the Spanish fleet to use to sell their "bacalao verde"(traditional denomination of the codfish
processed by Spanish trawlers) to Spanish dealers or industrial processers that were in charge of distributing the product to retailers (supermarkets, restaurants, etc).
By the late 1980s, the codfish
, which had once teemed in the seas around Newfoundland in unimaginable" abundance, were all but gone.
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.
Cavalier families sent their sons there, and the college proudly turned up its nose at the codfish
aristocracy of Harvard.
For example, a front-runner is always "baring his molars to the breeze"' a hard puller "has his mouth open like a codfish
calling to its young".
However, in most of Newfoundland and in Labrador it is illegal to catch a codfish
stocks are at less than 15% of healthy and sustainable levels.
One, obviously, is that there are fewer codfish
eggs or juveniles for birds to prey upon.
We spent two days in a frenzy of cooking, and George greeted the guests with rum punch while Euphita fried salted codfish
cakes outside in a coal pot she'd managed to cram into her luggage.
It's much the same with the fish: Baccala alla Vincentina, a dish created from codfish
and a mixture of other ingredients and Carpione, the local Garda trout, were formally considered peasant dishes, due to their wide availability, but thanks to the boom in tourism in the area are now delicacies.