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Cullen skink

A Scottish soup originating in Aberdeen (Cullen is on the southern shore of the Moray Firth). Skink is an old fashioned name for a shin of beef, but here smoked haddock is the basic ingredient. Potatoes are used to thicken the cooking liquid, which is milk; and a little cream for enrichment. See 'Haddock'

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