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COD

abbreviation for cash on delivery.
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Challenges remain in some parts of the country where the latest scientific evidence means further restraint is needed, for example in the Celtic Sea to revive stocks of haddock and megrim.
You also need to watch the salt levels as smoked haddock and smoked bacon doubled up can be a really salty combination.
New Position: Edward Haddock has been promoted to district director of the Arkansas district office of the U.
To make the omelette, place the prepared haddock in a small saucepan and gently heat until it starts to simmer.
Carr was born and raised in Medford, son of the late Leroy Haddock.
The SWFPA, which is a constituent member of the Scottish Fishermen's Federation, produced the short film--'Sea to Plate'--to explain to consumers how Scottish haddock is caught, landed, processed and delivered to the end customer.
Sam walked a lot of red carpets during that period and Laura Haddock was right at his side.
Spoon spice powder onto haddock and pat until the haddock is completely coated with the spice mixture.
Put the haddock into a small saucepan with the bay leaf and milk.
Officers searching for Thomas Haddock, from Cheltenham, recovered a man's body from a wooded area in Staffordshire on Saturday.
NORWAY'S frozen and chilled cod and haddock export drive on Britain, with most of it coming through the Humber is being stepped up.
Nichola Haddock, from North Belfast, was quizzed by a barrister who asked her if she ever hurt the four-month-old.