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Definition of the noun kippered salmon
What does kippered salmon mean as a name of something?
- salted and smoked salmon
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by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
KIPPERED SALMON DAN: Koldroget laks DUT: Gerookte zalm FIN: Kylmäsavustettu Iohi ICE: Reyktur lax ITA: Salmone kipper NOR: Rokelaks SAUMON FUMÉ POR: Salmäo fumado RUS: KontreHblÿr nococb SCC: Dimljeni losos SCR: ...
Black salmon, thegreat lake trout; Burnettsalmon,afishwithreddishfleshlikea salmon; Calvered salmon,pickledsalmon;Cornishsalmon, the pollack; Kelp salmon, a serranoid fish;Kippered Salmon, salmon saltedand smokedried; Quoddysalmon, ...
by John F. Mariani
“Kippered salmon” is mildly brined and hotsmoked. “Squaw candy” isa colloquial termfor strips of Pacific salmon saltbrined and hotsmoked. “Kennebec salmon” ( the name derives from the KennebecRiver, inMaine) merelyrefersto a preparation ...
A Whole Library of Subjects Useful to Every Individual ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes
Smoked salmon, called "kippered salmon," is a favourite article of diet in Scotland for breakfast. After taking out the inside of the salmon, scale and split it ; then rub it with common salt and Jamaica pepper, and let it drain for twenty-four hours.
by James Stormonth
-perd, split open, salted, seasoned, and smoked for keeping—applied to fish, as kippered salmon or herring: kipper-nose, in Scot., a beaked or hooked nose. Kirk, n., kêrk [AS. cyrc or cyrice; Ger. kirche; Dan. kerk or kirke; Icel. kirkja, ...
by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby
at this lime are not good for food if fresh, they are usually split open, salted, and dried, hence 'kipper' or 'kippered salmon' came to be generally used to denote smoked or pickled salmon. The transfer of this process to the herring caused the ...
Pronouncing, Etymological, and Explanatory; Embracing Scientific and Other Terms, Numerous Familiar Terms and a Copious Selection of Old English Words by James Stormonth, Philip Henry Phelp
-perd, split open, salted, seasoned, and smoked for keeping — applied to fish, as kippered salmon or herring : kipper-nose, in Scot., a beaked or hooked nose. Kirk , n. kerk [AS. cure or cyrice ; Ger. ldrche ; Dan. kerk or kirke; Icel. kirlcja, ...
A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs, and Ancient Customs, from the Fourteenth Century (1847)
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps
Hence, kippered salmon. KIPPER-NUT. An earth-nut. “Th' earth nut, kipper nut, earth chestnut,” Cotgrave. KIP-TREE. The horizontal roller of a drawwell. Dean Milles' MS. Glossary. KIRCHER. The midriff. Somerset. KIRK. A church. North.
The Century Dictionary (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
There was kippered salmon, and Finnan haddocks, ...
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