Haha...Norman, it was some of the tastiest whitefish I have ever eaten (at the Ship?)
A lot of people discard Pollock for bait. However I love it freshly caught, and to sell it to the "grockles" it is often called Guernsey Whiting.
If you ever get the chance try Garfish (green bones when cooked) Known locally as Longnose. If you like mackerel you will love Longnose. Also used mainly for bait, especially in crab and lobster pots as it has a strong smell.
I don't actually like pollock so I don't think it was. Pollock's flesh is quite translucent when cooked and this was lovely white flesh and a very different, stronger flavour....
whatever - it was very good even if I am a duped grockle... ;D ::)
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