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4 kinds of haddock, 6 kinds of herring... just for starters

Any fish can be smoked, but the process doesn't always produce a meaningful result. We think this is a collection of results!

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4 kinds of haddock, 6 kinds of herring... just for starters

Any fish can be smoked, but the process doesn't always produce a meaningful result. We think this is a collection of results!

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Manx kippers
Manx kippers
These excellent and very consistent little kippers from the Isle of Man have fans all over the world.
From £4.10
Boned kippers
Boned kippers
More bonnie fish from Craster. Oak smoked and undyed with most of those pesky bones removed. Watch our herring video. A boned kipper still contains many small bones. Kipper-lovers usually just eat these bones - they are an essential part...
From £5.10
Smoked mackerel
Smoked mackerel
Choose hot-smoked or cold-smoked. Hot-smoked was cooked and smoked at the same time so is ready to eat; cold smoked has just been smoked, so you cook it yourself... or be daring and eat it semi-raw. Either way, smoked mackerel is a...
From £7.20
Smoked eel
Smoked eel
Probably the finest smoked fish of all... well worth the rather steep price. Our eel is smoked in the UK by Wilhelm, a passionate Dutchman. Some people like the delicate thin fillets from smaller eel which will give you up to five...
From £10.50
Arbroath Smokies
Arbroath Smokies
Arbroath’s very real contribution to world cuisine. These are small whole haddock (head off and cleaned, but otherwise left on the bone) which have been hot-smoked - in other words, smoked and cooked simultaneously. Very different from...
From £8.40
Kippers
Kippers
From Robson’s of Craster (a tiny village in Northumberland), whose label asserts, ’Bonnie Fish and Halesome Farin’. Quite right too. Oak-smoked, undyed and the absolutely full complement of those famous bones. One vac-packed pair of...
From £8.00
Smoked scallops
Smoked scallops
Trendsetting foodies will know all about smoked scallops. Smoking imparts a little bite and a lot of taste: you know it’s a scallop, but it’s a rather different beast. And it tastes gorgeous. Ours are hot-smoked (ie cooked as well as...
From £10.20
Smoked trout fillets
Smoked trout fillets
A luscious, pretty, pink delicacy. Hot-smoked, and so ready to eat. One pair of fillets per pack. Skin on smoked trout fillets: You can peel the skin away very easily. We think this makes for a superior eating experience.
From £8.20
Bloaters
Bloaters
How many ways can you offer a herring? This old formula - immortalised by Dickens* - involves smoking an ungutted herring. Now that is a radical course of action! It’s the only fish bigger than a whitebait I can think of where the...
From £4.60
Smoked cod roe
Smoked cod roe
A little goes a long way. Try a thin slice on garlic bread, or make your own taramasalata. Our packs normally comprise of either one whole lobe or a pair of lobes. Here's Nigel Slater in Fukuoka getting excited about smoked cod roe.
From £8.00
Smoked sprats
Smoked sprats
A sort of piscatorial peanut, which will occupy your fingers as much as your palate. Beautiful little whole fish have been hot smoked to a brilliant gold colour. From Germany, where they are known as Echte Sprotten.
From £5.20
Smoked haddock for kedgeree
Smoked haddock for kedgeree
Kedgeree is a lovely word from India meaning an edible mashup, in this case of rice and fish, ideally seasoned with curry powder. It was championed by Victorians who lived in India and brought it back with them (although some Scots would...
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