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A collar is the very front part of a fish fillet, where it joins the gills. It contains a large but thin bone which makes a useful handle (and sometimes a couple of smaller bones). Attached to them is a triangle of muscle-laden with rich oil, making a delicious mouthful or three, depending on the size. You’ll have to cook your collar (normally fry it) to ensure easy separation from the bone. Stylish and supremely tasty. Bemused by collars? Here is an enthusiastic account from top New York chef who charges $16 for a grilled collar.

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