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john george Feb 14, 2007 02:57 AM

Where can i find the best Finn and Haddie around Boston area?

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  1. missclaudy RE: john george Feb 14, 2007 03:59 AM

    If you spell it Finnan Haddie, you are more likely to find it on the net when you do a search in Boston. Finn and Haddie sound like the name of a British Vaudville duo from the 30's, I like it!

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      kate used to be 50 RE: john george Feb 14, 2007 04:59 AM

      The best Finnan Haddie (previous OP is correct in her spelling), would be at Turner's in Melrose.

      1. Ali G RE: john george Feb 14, 2007 06:25 AM

        I have not had it, but I'm pretty sure it was on the menu at Ten Tables recently.

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          gourmaniac RE: john george Feb 14, 2007 07:17 AM

          we were surprisingly pleased with the finnan haddie at Anthony's Pier 4, an outdated classic restaurant near the ICA.

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            poundcake RE: john george Feb 15, 2007 07:04 AM

            Does anyone know of a fish market that sells it? Growing up I ate it often, and I remember it was just from the supermarket.

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              kate used to be 50 RE: poundcake Feb 15, 2007 08:30 AM

              Turner's often has smoked haddock for sale (the one in Melrose). Also, my husband has found it in the "wrapped" food sections of most deli departments.

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              emilief RE: john george Feb 15, 2007 07:20 AM

              Captain Marden's in Wellesley sell it all prepared in a cheesy sauce as a frozen entree. Ocassionally they sell the smoked haddock to make it with. If you call they probably can get it for you. There prepared version is quite good. Love finnan haddie!!
              PS the Roche Brothers Supermarket also carries Captain Marden;s prepared finnan haddie.

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